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M IHESIIDENTS U I3EREA X BEREA PUBLISHING CO tlNCOItrOUATRII STANLEY Manager Knlertd at the Par ofce at fltna Ky an ucond I dais mallmatter I IIVol XI Five cents a copy BEREA MADISON APRIL 14 1910 One Dollar year No 41 II East vs THE p NEWS OF THE WEEK Pinchot and Roosevelt Meet No Trace of Cook on Mt McKinley Missionary Murdered In Plttiburg Ohio Having Its Graft Scandal Now Socialists to Control Milwaukee ROOSEVELTS MHULAR Presi dent nod Mrs Roosevelt have had to ohtngo their plans because they are BO popular They had wished to drive for a hundred miles along the shore of the ocean golug over the same routo they took when they were ftret married but so many people came out to Bee them that they had to give It up and get to their des tination tho shortest way SUFFRAGETTES TO MEETThe National American Woman Suffrage I League will meet In Washington this week Over 0000 are expected to bo I present from all over tho country In addition to holding many meetings and making many Bpoechea they ext pect to mako an attack on tho Capitol to demand the suffrage of Cougrceu MISSIONARY MURDERED Frank Skala a missionary to tho poor in Plttsbung was killed by a a crazy foreigner Sunday afternoon t just after ho had declared In a ser that ho was willing to lay down Ills life for Christ As ho went from tho church a crowd followed him and I tho crazy man fired two stints Into tho missionarys hood Ho then shot his trlendII BOLD HOLD UPFlvo masked Ulen got away last week with 5 I 000 from the bank of Coal City Ills I A posse followed and shots wore theIIi 01110 never to bo left behind when there Is anything good going on and eo she has taken a turn at the groping Investi gatlon Tho telephone companies ore the center of the fuss this time and evidence has been produced to show that good deal of money was offer cd different legislators Next I HIGHER UP IN PITTSBURQ The graft indictments In Plttsburg aro II getting a little higher up and the r President of the Pressed Steel Car Co has boon indicted Ills counsel lias this Is ridiculous the Idea of J samillionaire bribing any ono But ho will bo tried Also tlicro are heavenrWANTED IENTIhnt Is tho excuse given for tho murder of a young girl by a tough In Spring Masa last week Tho follow 1had road thrilling stories till ho want ed adventure Ha tried burglary ands when the girl discovered him shot her to death Ho still seems to thinki L It was fine business 7 SOCIALISTS WIN CITYFor thoI first time In the history of this coun try the socialists have won control of 1nn Important city This Is a good thing for the rest of tho world for wo will find out what a Socialist city gov lIkelIHi lIIRJ1mu1 Ff ICEaKY r THE CITIZEN Devoted to the Interests of the Mountain People West Theres no in Mens styles East West North or South A difference in climate may call for different weights in garments but thats a- llFriend Made Clothes are in just as good taste on the streets of New York Frisco Seattle or New Orleans as they Theyrare worn in every state in the Union by men who appreciate good clothes BereaR R COYLEKy suddenly CITY COUNCIL The regular monthly meeting of tho City Council Tuesday night was chiefly concerned with the matter of tho City Marshal Mr Short who has recently hold the office handed lit his resignation which was accept ed No choice of a successor was mad however and an mooting will be held on Friday April 22 to consider the matter further Tho Council VMldunanimously to support the clcanlngup campaign ot tho wotnens clubs and will provide wagons for the removal of refuse Tho request for tills was most vigorously by Mayor Gay who announ cod that ho would himself make tho necessary provision if tho Council did not There was only one voice In the matter however and it was resolved to aid the campaign In every way possible Several Important ordinances were passed Tho most Important was that providing for additional sidewalks as reported Irst month A tow unimpor taut changes In It were made Tho or dinance for a license for tho sellers ot soft drinks such as re qulro tho possession of a government permit also passed A revenue ordin once won Introduced to provide for the charging of license fibs of small amount for alt businesses and profess lonal men of the city This IB ex pcctcd to provoke much discussionI as It Is now departure tho successful as a money miser elsewhere The report on tax collec flint from W L Harrison was accept ed A FEW GOOD THINGS IThe editor has boon so busy that fur the last two or three weeks ho has failed to call tho attention of readers to the many good things that aro being offered each week In the paper This week Is like all the rest there are BO many goof things that It Is hard to tell which ono to speak off Tho article on grass by Francis Clark la splendid and tolls lot of things that every fanner wants to know Next week there will bo one by Mr S L Clark on catalpa trees which tell his personal observations at 0110 of the great catalpa nurseries and the mtthoda which aro used to produce the oplendld results Catalpa trees are like any other kind of crop good results follow good care and all who am interested will want to road Mr Clarks article iAn addroso by Dr D K Pearsons on Boron will be one of the bestI feature of next week Dr oa export on giving money to Ho has helped over forty of them and what ho has to says about Borea will bo tho opinion of ono ot tho best Informed man In the world Dont fall to read It IOther good things are coming along Soon we will glvo a summary showing tho strength of the Christian church I the world over the latest figures every Christian should have TheroI are good articles every week Sunday school lesson oa well as on Washington politics Read tho paper thruIt will pay you its f HALFCOCKED When thu great Spanish fleet came out of the harbor of Santi beautiful summer morning u few years ago itas met by ibattle Volley of firing as had never been heard before in any naval A thousand guns belched forth death dealing missels and tons of steel flew relentlessly toward the onccming war ships A dozen battle ships closed in and after an hours hard workevery Quo of the Spaniards had been sunk or driven ashore It was a victoryBut same ships should come from the Fame harbor today with tho same power they had then the battlo would not be so spectacular A single one of our battle ships carrying the guns she has today and with her modern crew would sink the entire Spanish fleet in fifteen minutes The Spaniards would never have a chance Why r Our boys have learned to aim better After the battle was fought the hits were counted and it was found that only five out ofone hundred of the shots that were firedstruck at all Today there would be between forty and seventy of the shots that would bit And so today one of our battleships is from eight to fourteen times as good as those of that day And besides that they have better guns But the main thing is that their aim is better It is the shots that hit that count President Lincoln when talking to some school boys once saidu An insignificant musket shot that hits is better than a U S Army shell that goes whizzing away into space and explodes aimlessly If there is one thing that Kentucky boys know it is how to handle gun They can aim them all right and their score of rifle hits is high But how about the hitting in the big fight of life r It takes careful aiming there tco And it takes shooting just at the right time It dosnt pay to let your gun go oil halfcocked when you are shooting at a turkey and it will not pay to let your self go off that way when you are shooting at succes in life Dont forget Lincolns advice Tako careful aim THE VALUE OF HUMAN HOGS Hogs the ordinary four footed ring tailed squealing rooting selling for the highest price on record these days and the figures were still going up as we go to press The despised swine is taking a place of honor in our country as a malefac tor of great wealth and if present conditions continue Mr F A Thog will be entitled to a home on Fifth Avenue Nyork Allof which simply shows that a valuable and long underrated and de spised species of animal is at last taking its proper place among us With this increase in the value of porkers the use of the word hog to describe a human being is losing much of its force Once a hogwas about as bud a thing as you could call a man now well its different A hog is valuable and value commands respect even if it is in hogflesh And the contemplation of this truth leads us to the further truth that after all the human hog has involun tarily contributed good deal to the welfare of the race The human hog has one very useful quality ho wants too much He is all the time overreaching himself and the rest ofus benefit when he falls If we take it for granted that all the world is selfish and is trying to bent the rest of us it often happens that the moderately selfish man will bd content with bleeding us about so much right along while the hog will try fur too muchand lose everythingBut is when the real hog gets into the public grafting buss ness that the public benefits most The more swinish the grafter is the sooner it becomes likely that the public will find out the facts Take the New York scandals for instance The facts would never have come out if one of the had not set his price higher that the graft could pay And in Pittsbiirg the explosion came because the men who bad grafted would not contribute tOO a month to support the wife of one who had been caught and sent to jail The convict announced that they were cheap guys and told all he knew And now they are going together And so on More power to them The more they want the sooner the rest of us are likely to find out about them the fatter they get the hotter killing they make Let us all pray for more of their kind in politics Help Clean Our City While you are Cleaning House Clean Up Yards and Streets Friday and Saturday Apr 1516 A- RECleaning Up Days Gather all the rubbish from YOUR yard and the street i front into boxes or barrels and leave it at your gate It will be carried off FREE OF CHARGE Everybody is helping DO YOUR SHARE PEARSONS DAY PROGRAM I Wo tear there has been somo misunderstanding of the announcement last week regarding tho ot Dr D K Pearsons birthday on Apr 14 No ono should teal that tho cole bration will not be a good one If thoI half million dollars had been secured wo should havo had a that would have attracted cclobrationI tion of the nation but has not yet been entirely meeting will be ono In honor of tlr benefactor of the college and not toItoot Its own horn But tho exorcises will be well attending There will be worthI muMc by the college band dresses by students and by Dr Barton I Dr Pearsons has sent not a I letter ot regret but a carefully thought out address a great utter ance ono of his strongest speeches which will Ito read and which every J Hf student and citizen of Berea ought to hear- I The exercises In tho forenoon will begin at the usual Chapel hourr940 The reception at Pearsons Hall un der the ausptclcs of tho young men- who room there will be from 300 to B00 In the afternoon The dormitory will bo open for Inspection and light refreshments will be served INew Yorks Enormous Debt York city department of finance has made public a statement muI ng a porary tibt of 92378200 making a combined gross Indebtedness of 8SG 484380- Rubber from Souxti America Of the worlds supply of India rubber C3 per cent Is estimated to bo furnished by South America c t e with DEPOSIT HERE r CHECK US bank account both necessity and convenience toithe farmer With check book in his pocket and his money in this bank he can pay out in any amount hei has occasion use make exact change and know that the proper party will receive his money the busy season he may send his checks by mail often saving long trip town Likewise such checks he may receive can be mailed and his account credited These sums are then subject his order or check d The one fact that his checks when cancelled and return t- ed him are for each payment made makes check account with this bank important factor in the proper management of the farmers business We will be glad have your account this bank Berea Bank w Trust Company BEREA KENTUCKY II PORTER President DEAN Cashier WASHINGTON LETTER President Preaches Party Harmony Instead of Fight as Expected Congress to Work Nick Longworth Watched as Roosevelt Barometer Railroad Bill to the Front Now Washington April 9 1910 Now Is the time for all good menI and true to comp to the their party This Is the text to which Pros Taft Is preaching and which he Is practicing with all his might And he Is having good effect too All party squabbles have been abandoned for the time being at least so far 03 he Is concerned and he Is trying his best to got as many votes as possible whether Insurgents or not behind the of bills which wants passedIThe President gave public expres sion to this desire In speech on Saturday night but he has been prac ticing It all the week and for some time before When Insurgents call he asks them not to fight Cannon tip the bills are put thru And they have all promised to put off any further fire works on tho Cannonlsm question till that time at least When the standpatters come around he minds them that there have been certain promises given and that they ought to forgot their llttk prejudices for the good of the party It seems that ho is having a harder time with tho standpatters1 than with the insurgents The latter are after all the things that the party is pledged to and are fighting the open The standpatters some ofthem are quite honest and are fighting against the party demands either openly in a very few cases or sec retly In some of the underhand ways which Congressmen learn hero It Is a pretty safe bet here that if the Taft programme does fall down It will not bo because the Insurgents- In tho Senate however one Insurgent Cummins has been making trouble An attempt was made to rush the railroad bill prepared with muchnHo believes that the bill haS been doctored so that It will not accomplish the things which everybodyInclud ing Taft wants And he wont tako Tafts word that It Is satisfactory but Insists In fighting it all over him self there In one case least there Is real delay being caused by an Insurgent Pres Tafts speech Saturday night was Intended as sort opening gun of the campaign and ho was expect to after his enemies with vig or Ho did nothing tho kind how ever but mado a plea for party harmony and for the bills be Is push ing This had good effect and chan ces for those bills are really Improv ing Tho question Is going to be how much the bills are worth when they get thru There Is no doubt that matt Intends the best but many of his advisers are under suspicion On the same Saturday night Attor ney Gejieral made a speech In Chicago In which ho vigor orously defended the Administration Ho claimed that Taft had done all ho could to carry out the campaign pledges and still doing his best and IlL mauler of fact most the pledges have already been fulfilled or are soon to He spoke tho tariff Continued fifth page- f t t et Knowledge Is powerand the way to keep up modern knowledge Is to read a goodf newspaper COUNTY KENTUCKY a a difference adjourned presented providing a a a klndure rapidly grafters the celebration ON A is a a a to U During a to I TI as to us v to to receipts a an x to at r W 3 F Warmsup D C a programme he a re In of So at a a of ed go of a do Wlckorsham Is a of be of on IN OUR OWN STATE Wets Try to Kill Detective McCreary Willing to RunRailroad Survey intLeslie County Edwards Do w n InvitesIt MulIUns I unearthing blind tigers in Danville was the Intended victim of an ambushiFWere last Friday The assassins fired six times at him but did not hit C N Smith a white man was struck by one of the stray bullet however CHANGES AT PENTo carry out pledges made during the session of tho legislature it Is alleged General guards at the Pen have been fired to make places for friends of politi clans iI N WRECKA second wreck on the L N not very far from Be1 rca occurred last Thursday whoa the night train from Knoxville went thru a switch ct Saxton Ky The engineer was killed The road was tied up for some hours GOVERNORS INVITED Governor Willson has sent Invitations to tho governors of the various states ask- Ing them to hold their next confer once at tho Capitol of old Kentucky Ho is himself a member of the Committee which will decide on the place of tho next meeting so If ho can win v over one of the other members the meeting will take place hero I McCREARY WILL RUN Thls Is the report sent out to the papers by some one who claims to know the facts It Is also reported that the Democratic leaders have decided on tho old war horse to lead them be lieving that he can beat Ed C ORear They had better guess again I D C EDWARDS HERED C Edwards has left his Washington work for a few days and mado a flying trip to Kentucky presumbly to look Into the political situation State ments from him printed In the papers of the state say that he feels cord j fident of renomination and expects a primary about the end of August or in September He will return to Washington before the end of the weekRAILROAD IN LESLIE Leslie County has been greatly excited by the appearance of a big gang of surveyors with tho Intelligence that may be a railroad will soon be built Into Hyden and on up the Middle Fork Tho report Is pleasing but there Is much doubt as to whether anythlngX will really be doneISHINERS ARRESTED nrshJlMays has taken into Richmond Estlll County Tom Hughes and JohntWyler allegedgto be moonshiners INotSo Very At an assize court a DeafIexemption from serving that ho was deaf conversation with the clerk of ar 11 rnlgns on the and then turn JIntentlyjoined tho judge very deaf but notiwhisper deaf You had bettor go the box Tho witnesses shall speak lowDundee Advertiser i v Hot Springs In America The distribution of hot springs In tho United States coincides very closely with that of the mountain uplifts I S I tI i IF9 R BYmsgq lGCOJ2Cr toCOPYRIGHT OG THE ME iGL CO SYNOPSIS Frederick Xtordy a fashionable Boston oclety man lot hie wealth was Jilted by 1 and sent by a friend to take charge of an American Trading Company sitoro In Russia On his Journey through Japan ha met Stapleton sup They agreed to aualplcJoutimer molested by the Japanese vnrn arrested and found upon his person jrero papers shoirtng maps of Jap wu proven gulltleae On a train 10mot Alsome Saito daughter of a Jap merchant In Nevilles shoes Jap found pictures of him to be a tardy Husrtry departed for de on which was wrecked shortly after He wu rescued by A Russian steamer On reaching Vladl vostok he WILl well treated lie started for Siberia meeting Princess Uomanpvna on the train Hardy boarded a lAmur Hardy showed the princess his expertness as a rifle shot The steamer princess Yardm aidwereattacked by Chinese waved their lives The thanked Hardy for his heroism Manchurians tired upon the craft Hardy slew their chief Burning arrows were hurled upon too Pushkins decks An attempt was made to board the vessel The attacking Chinese wen repulsed Romanoff sneered at Hardys solicitude for the princess Stanka a messenger sent for help was railed to a cross on the shore To put an end to the awful torture Hardy himself put Btanka out of his misery taking his own life In his hands Forest fires men Hctd the vessel volunteered to 0 for help Refused permission lie Jumped overboard and started to swim th the princess distress message Ro tnanoft was angry at Hardy for brave nfforts to rescue the princess He wooed leer In his own savage lie said Hardy had made love openly to a Jap neno girl Help came and the princess taras rescued Hardy Journeyed on a raftArriving at his he took barge of the trading companys bull ness Hardy received a letter from a so cial leader In Boston and another from Asome Hardy took lessons In Russian nt a Jew thus connecting himself In a hray with that race received a etter from the princess thankIng him or his bravery ilardYa teacher was In angcr ot death He employed Wang lIB n aervant Hard went to Moscow where he was Invited to can upon the princess Ha started for the palace home of Prin ross Romanovna aroused unac bountable jealousy of his Korean bo by nnounctn that he was going to call on the princess He engaged a cabman who drove him to a large house on I poorly IChted street After entering the hoUlt lardy discovered that It was a resort of ithlllsts who supposed he was Felix Hu tin come to of a powerful ex plosive he had discovered The real Hulln arrived and denounced Hardy as an Impostor The nihilists determined to kill hardy In order to protect themselves Rinding an unloaded revolver In his over coat pocket he pointed It at Hullns bomb which lay op the table and swore to blow tbm all up together If they touched him Holding the nihilists at bay Hardy started to leave the room when the police were heard at the outer door his bomb killing sev eral policemen the nihilists fled and Bo ruch the Jew suddenly appeared and led Rardy to the cellar Baruch conducted Hardy through an underground to another house from which ho bold emerged and returned to his hotel Hardy visited the princess contributed 4o tho fund for the relief of the victims of the nihilist He gave more than Romanoff had The latter entering the room openly insulted him Romanoff struck who challenged him to a duel The Russian accepted Preparations for tiro duel were made ICHAPTER XXXVcontinued handsome OB a god bravo masterful impetuous ot high birth tho sort ot man it seemed to Hardy to appeal to a woman like the princess And I he laughed bitterly amI n merchant hero in her autocratic and aristocratic Russia a merchant Iwho owes her sufferance of me to the fact that I can shoot straight Ho said nothing that night to Wang of the Impending duel but the boy Hecmod aware that some danger threatened his master or that the lat Iter was gravely troubled about something Although told several times kindly to go to bed he returned as often and hovered about Hardy In deed Wang responded to Hardys moods with that delicacy of under standing sometimes seen in a dog for its master or a woman for the man the loves 1Well Wang said Hardy at last you may sit up all night it you choose but I for one am going to get + ome sleep Good nlghtand he retired to his own room lIe began to undress slowly and absentmindedly standing for long min utes motionless in the middle of tho floor or dropping Into a chair in deep thought as though he were confronted by some weighty problem that be could not solve Ho turned off tho light at last and crept into bed but lie was destined to be again disturbed by Wang who tapped timidly at the doorThat boy is becoming a nuisance toe muttered there Is such a thing as too much devotion Well Wang he shouted sharply u you please called Wang here Is a note for you Hardy arose went to the door and cook a letter from the boys hand Walt ho commanded till I see It there is an answer Ho tore open tho envelope and read My Friend I have lust learned that the duel Is to take place In the morning and that pistols are the weapons chosen You know that I gave my consent to this de plorable affair because you asked mo In terms that left me no choice I am going now to beg something of you It Is that you spars my headstrong and violent couftlng life He wronged you outrage thonomanolrdon for that wrong but should you kill him and your wonderful nklll places his Ufo entirely In your hands I should feel that his blood Is on my head will you not grant n distracted womans prayer und spare his tfe Wound him If you grllnllngthllldeeper obligations one whu already owea you more than she can ever hope to reo ay ELIZABETHA ROMANOVNA- AM ho read Hardy turned sale to 9w Ujo Ua tore the note la small bits and dropped them into a waste paper basket- Is there any answer dear master called the voice ot Wang through the doorNo replied Hardy there is no answer CHAPTER XXXVI The Duel Frederick Courtland Hardy slept poorly that night The typical hero of romance when about to fight a duel at break of day goes to bed and sleeps more soundly than ever before in his life This deep slumber proves his iron nerve more Incontestably than any amount of swashbuckling brava do or any number ot groat oaths could do But wo are not dealing with a typical hero of romance Hardy as ho tossed about for hours on the bed felt genuine disgust at himself that he was unable to go to sleep Ho experienced no fear and he had a feeling that it was irregular for a gentleman to lie awake under such circumstancesAbout it occurred to him that it might be a good thing to make rWrote Pencil Wang his will Such a document already existed but ho now arose and putting on dressing gown and slippers went out into the office Lighting the gas ho wrote as follows Moscow January 7 1904 Being of sound mind and In possession of all my faculties I write this as a cod IcU to my will In tho keeping of Andrew Mackcy Esq attorney at law Boston I hereby will and bequeath all my ready deposited in the Russo Kltalsky bank at Btryctensk and amounting to something over 6000 roubles to my faithful secretary Wang and I heartily commend the said Wang to the favorable notice of Frederick Emery president of the American Trading Company In Si beria The boy Is faithful honest and possesses a degree of business ability qulto astonishing In one so young FREDERICK COURTLAND HARDY he folded and put in an en velopo on which he wrote with a lead pencil For Wang Tossing the en velope on a table in his sleeping room ho went back to bed and at last succeeded in getting to sleep lie was awakened by Gortchakov pounding upon his and shouting Get up my friend get up We shall be late for tho rendezvous Hardy dressed hurriedly and went out to his second who was waiting in tho office The lieutenants sledge and beautiful team of thoroughbreds was Ing at time Jump in ho said and lets be off And wo mustnt talk of any things happening There is nothing going to happen except that you will shoot a great rascal and bully through the heart and we shall como back to a hearty breakfast having good mornings work very little waste oftimeGortchakov had now fixed on Ro manoffs heart as the pleasing receptacle for Hardys bullet The coachman cracked his long whip and tho highstrung nervous steeds gave a great bound and west scurrying through tho early streets of the Muscovite capital In halt an hour they had reached their destina tion a thick wood on the banks of the Moskva Hardys other second was already on the spot with a surgeon a fat little man wrapped thick In furs who walked briskly to and fro in the snow carrying a case of instruments You are in good time gentlemen cried Gortchakov consulting his watch there aro still ten minutes to spareI think X hear sleigh bells now said the surgeon I hope it is Ro- manoff so that I can get back to my warm bed What the devil people want to come out in such weather as this is more than I can understand Let them shoot other and be damned if they want to but not at this hour and in weather Wo shall try to be expeditious said Hardy cheerfully and in the meantime I beg pardon for my share in the Inconvenience to which we aro putting you Yo fro right about the sleigh bells Here are our friends now Through a vista between the leafless I He with a Lead For now money This door wait curb pray done a with most each such trees a sledge could bo seen approach ing drawn by three horses running like mad The driver rose to his feet and settled back on the scat bringing them to a rearing pawing sudden haltThe details were soon arranged and tho ground measured off Hardy did not pay any attention to theso prel- iminarIes but walked briskly back ward and forward to keep his feet warm glancing occasionally at Ro- manoff who stood leaning against a tree his hands in his ulster pockets an insolent careless smile on hIs handsome face lie certainly was a splendid specimen of manhood thought the American and if he felt the least tremor of fear ho knew bow to disguise it Did it seem at all unlikely that a highbred aristocratic woman the daughter of n hundred warriors should have fallen in lovo with a man like that It Is time now my friend said Gortchakov coming up to Hardy I must trouble you to remove your coat Hut you will not catch cold for It will only take you a minute Upon my word I admire your nerve You ought to have been a Russian You will shoot him at the word three Hardy removed his ulster and faced his opponent A long dueling pistol of excellent make and perfect precision was placed in his hand Are you ready gentlemen t asked Koukoinlk I will count three slowly You will raise your weapons and take aim when I commence and will fire at tho word three As these words were being uttered Hardy fixed his oye glasses more firmly on his nose tho while ho ex amined the distance and the person of his antagonist with a cool prac ticed glance Koukoinlk began Odecn The two weapons were raised and pointedDvah It could not be seen that tho hand of either man trembled in the slightest TraTwo shots rang out almost simul taneouslyNeither man fell Hell and furies cried Romanoff throwing his pistol to the earth I have missed him This weapon is utterly worthless I demand another shotVery well replied Hardy quietly but if we shoot again I shall shoot to kill I beg that rou will inform his highness of my Intentlpnll at the same tlmo conveying to him the assurance of my most distinguished considera tionYou have missed whispered Gort chakov petulantly Why did you do this Youre as cool this mlnuto as I am Are you sure you have not wounded him t My principal demands another shot said Koukoinlk advancing Ho presents his compliments to Mr Hardy and suggests that ho has not done justice to his great reputation for skill Perhaps ho will get better control of his nerves now that he lies escaped danger once and his hand will not tremble as much as it evident ly has done this time Tell the prince for mo that It we shoot again I shall do myself the honor ot lodging a ball exactly midway between his eyes Koukoinlk started for the prince with tho message He had not traversed over halt the distance when Hardy said- I am faint lieutenant Let me lean on you for a moment My God you are wounded cried Gortchakov putting his arm about tho Americans waist and indeed a dark stain rapidly spreading dyed his waistcoat and shlrtfront II am slightly wounded gasped lardy and fainted away Whats the matter there with our I man asked Romanoff in a voice that made no attempt to conceal a sneer He seems to bo slightly weary I thought I must have hit him How Is it surgeon Have I dono his business for him too fearIdrive llko mad drive I say CHAPTER XXXVII The Gold Cuff Button By the surgeons orders Gortchakov drove directly to a hospital whore Hardy was laid upon a bed and his wound examined and dressed The princes bullet had passed through flesh beneath shoulder ma king a clean perforation a painful but not a dangerous wound Hardy revived In the sledge and to Gort chakova demand why ho bad shot so badly made no reply other than The beit Intentioned bullet sea e times co astray I turn him over to you lieutenant I havo not deprived you of tho pleasure ct killing him yourself Ills coat and shirt wore cut away from his chest at tho hospital and a young grub of nn Intern assisted tho surgeon in washing the wound and passing n silk handkerchief through Itan operation that caused tho pa tient to bite his nether lip till It bled but did not draw a groan from him You will bo all right In about a month said time surgeon on taking his leave but I beg you If you think of fighting again either to postpone your little affair till tho spring breezes begin to blow or dont call on me to assist you I shall have chill blames as a result of your foolishness that may cause me more suffering thah your nasty little puncture Gortchakov departed in n surly humor evidently disgruntled because his principal had failed to remove tho lieutenants chief rival us ho supposed to another sphere where they neither marry nor aro given In mar riageHardy was loft alone with a largo boned florid nurse of peasant typo and the young grub of an Intern who was disposed to be inqulsltvo as to tho cause of the wound Ho rid himself ot the intern by pretending that ho desired to sleep and then sent the nurse to telephone for WangTho boy arrived about noon What has happened my dear mas tert ho sobbed sinking on his knees beside tho cot and taking one of Hardys hands In both his own Arc you wounded Havo you been at tacked have you met with an acci dent Tell me I beg of you You do not know how I have suffered with fear and anxiety as I felt that you were about to encounter some terrible danger And you left me thlsthllIproducing tho will and tearing it into bits to Increase my anxiety Did you think that money could have com Am Faint Lieutenant Let Me Lean on You the tho pcnsatcd mo for your loss Oh It was cruel of you cruell There said Hardy kindly touched by the boys concern Get up and sit in that chair Bring It hero by tho side of the bed and Ill tell you all about It I an American Frederick Courtland Hardy of Boston Mass have fought n duel and I sus pect about a woman AI woman stammered Wona turning suddenly palo As nearly as I can find out I watt calling on the Princess Romanovna paying her my respects when in came her cousin tho Prince Romanoff and insulted me so grossly that I deemed It my duty to demand satisfaction ot him I strongly suspect that his highness antipathy to mo is rooted chiefly in tho fact that I on one oc cas Ion saved the life ot his fair cousin Ho struck mo in tho faire WangAs I tho American said theso words f his own countenance flushed with shame Ho struck oul cried tho Korean I could spit on Ida corpse I could spurn It with my foot 1 have no doubt you could thereby displaying your devotion to my un worthy self Your plan Is Imprnc tlcable however for the simple reason that there Is no corpse Romanoff is nllvo and well at the presents mo ment and Is no doubt gloating over my discomfiture Ho is not even wounded asked thoboyNot even wounded But why did you not kill him when you lied the opportunity It surely would not have been difficult to hit that great hulk of flesh Is It then safe to strike an American gentleman In tho face Not always My reasons for not killing him are too complicated for a wboy to understand They involve a ladyH sanction of a duel and then her subsequent nullifying of that sanction They Involve In general a ladys ro quest which can hardly bo overlooked when she Is In reality limo cause of tho hatred which made the meeting necessary Do you follow me Wang JI think I do replied tho boy wearily You spared him because tho princess nuked you to You have been magnanimous whatever the cost to yourself and given tho princess her admirer for whom in hits moment ot extreme peril she found that she cared more than she had supposed And now you are done with tho whole Romanoff family Hardy forgot his pain for tho mo ment and started at the boy In open mouthed wonderment If you were not n boy he said at last sinking back on the pillow I should think you were n woman Your Intuition In such matters Is positively marvelous And now I mustnt talk too much for it makes this shoulder acho like a bad tooth I must got well and we must go back to Btry otcnsk and the store But there is one little thing that I want you to do for me Go to the place whore tho duel was fought this morning I shall describe tho location exactly to you Ro manoff stood near a largo qak tree whose trunk divides about six feet from tho ground Into two trunks equal In size Look about there and leo tt you can find In the snow a gold cuff button It is there and shining against the white should bo easily found Bring it to me as quickly ai possible wordJNottime nurse brought In a bouquet of priceless orchids which she arranged Iri a vaao and set on a table near his bal An livoscblk brought them she explained to Hardy Hero is the note that camo with them Sho handed him a tiny and raised one of the shades tho note In his teeth ho envelope rend with his good bllletdouxI My Friend I do not know filings are toward my had no Idea that this deplorable affair would end as It has Will you allow me to como In person and exprrss my regret 1J18lllteare not killed HLIJ5AIJETIIA ROMANOVNA Toll the man that there la no nn swer at present said Hardy to the JWangho arrived ho came straight to Hardys couch and handed him a small t i object with a bit of linen goldeto itHero It is he said It is stamped with tho crest of tho Romanoff family JjOWDhiring paper and envelopes Hardy requested of tIme nurse and then leave us alono for a tow minutes Tho woman complied t 11myWang sat down at tho table and ri j looked Inquiringly at his master I1hopea very matter from greatly and see me but I must deny myself the t pleasure of receiving you I can not allow you to compromise your exalted position by thus yielding to the dictates of your good heart Will you allow me to add that I feel I have already tres pasted too far on your good nature and Jam quite unwilling to continue the In fiction As you have frequently my skill with the pistol I am a lithe trophy of tho same InclolneIflees cuff button which I hope vince you that I have not disappointed your expectations Will you kindly hand It to him with my compliments wish- Ing you all happiness In the years to come I remain Your humble servant FREDERICK COURTLAND IIARDT Wang laughed a queer hard little laugh ot mingled exultation and hate wlthcut waiting for any further direc ions from his master ho put the QUa button In the envelope with time note t JceBS l swr- S O 3 t What Kentucky Editors Are Doing i- BY A LOUISE BABBAQE II I HOME OF J D CABBAGE CLOVERPORT All the world seeks an editor that U If ho is a publisher who first tries to please the other man whether or 1 not bo Is entirely pleasing himself and makes everyone pay for his sub scrlptlon cashinudvanco These two things and many others can bo said of several Kentucky editors who are unusually buiy In their omces and printshops today What they aro not doing could bo more quickly writ ten than what they are doing but In foresting Indeed It is to note what tf these wholehearted broadminded and energetic men are accomplishing t In their chosen life work x To begin with the success that Charles White a died In the wool Democrat is having In running a Log Cabin newspaper Tho Harrodsburg Republican Is out of tho ordinary Formerly this publication was the llarrodsburg Democrat and recently was sold to a Republican company that retained Mr White as city ed itor and manager However his ex cellent management of thin leading Kentucky weekly Is not wondered at 1when the fact Is known that he was born lu a newspaper olllcc Twenty one years ago Charles White was tho devllBud a perfect onela the ottlco of the Park City Dally News at Ilowllnc Green While tilling this minor position In that office John B label tho editor saw ho had more aptitude for picking up news Items than pled typo so ho mado him reporter and shortly afterwards promoted him to city editor After Fen tag with ability In this same position on tho Evening Journal and publish ing tho Sunday Journal Mr White left Bottling Green and went to liar rodsburg in 1902 Seven years ho DemocratIho Is doing special work for tho largo dallies In Kentucky and Ohio Mr White has been elected city clerk at HarrodsburK twice without opposi thin which office ho now holds At tho lout summer meeting of the Ken 4tacky Press association ho was an alternate delegate to the Na tional Editorial association at Seattle i Three Sons In Newspaper Work lcrlmps tho Kentucky editor who l1 at present realizing more fcnulno pleasure and satisfaction than any ClarI11thoHancock Clarion Mr Sterrett Is now seeing his three sons make good the practical newspaper training ho Las given them Every man knows who has worked In a country print- Ing office tho value of tho education that can be absorbed there This thorough knowledge has enabled Mr y Sterrottn eldest son Baird to tnko 1ajob as n llnotypo operator on the Chehoyxan Mich Democrat Over j q by fitorrett aged 18 will take up work away from home in 1ashort time and Clarence Jr age I 16 is now his fathers right hand tow r In tile Clarion office Mr Ster rett established tho Clarion at Ilawe yule March 4 1903 when Mr Clove land waR Inaugurated president of tae liUnited States and the editors many say that ho has mado theI greater success of the two DreakerFI break ing career is The Jeffersonian tho only country weekly published In Jet I ferson county This in the model newspaper of Kentucky and was awarded first prize by the Kentucky Press association at the last annual meeting J C Alcock Is editor and C K Alcock Is business manager The former in speaking of his paper recently said Wo are getting all1 A Useful Man See him Thats the baby elephant lies the best kicker In the team How far can be kick Oh lie doesnt kick far he kicks hard Hes disabled 37 this season Public Opinion EmotionsDiet Suited to Time tree Is Known by hIs fruit Kean the actor always suited his t diet to his part When ho bad to play the lover Im ate utitton for murder ITS bo took beet vary underdone mud pork for tyrant I L11 tho ads wo can possibly handle and wo have a largo paidup subscription list Ho started In the newspaper business in the office of the Taylors vlllo Courier and over since has made rapid strides with printers Ink The Jcfforsonlan is just two and a half years old Tho Alcock men are among tho younger members of the state press Getting Ready to Celebrate Bell Peak publishers of the Trhnblo Democrat at Bedford aro making preparations to celebrate the ninth anniversary of their publica lion In April 1901 D L Doll re turning to his first love took charge of the Democrat with H D Peak as partner They started with a 300 printing outfit and now have a plant valued at 2500 This month Messrs Bell and Peak will associate with tnem U H McCain and expect to in fuse now life Into their newspaper business Tho three men aro most ablo lawyers and will also brat a partnership Messrs Bell and Peak are connected with the Bedford Loan and Deposit bank and are among the most prosperous members of tbo Kentucky Press association Enjoying a Big Plum To tho editor that hath brains the moat money Is given according to the experience ot Louis Landruin who is having tho best time of his young life editing the Danville Messenger the now semiweekly that has just been launched at Danville by tho Messen ger Printing Co with Hubert Me Goodwin president At Richmond Mr Landrum was connected with the Climax Printing Co which Is so well managed by A J Miller Ha is one of tho most popular editors In the state and the position offered him by the now company Is not a sur prise to his friends Fancy Turns to Gardening After a country editor has passed tho half century mark his fancy sooner or later turns to gardening at least this Is true of John D Bab HARRY SOMMERS Editor of Only SemiWeekly at Ellz oabetht own bilge editor and publisher of the Brcckcnrldgo News Until late years not even a good meal could entice Mr Babbage away from his printshop before every job was finished but now printers Ink baa no power compared with the onion tops the strawberry bed tho potato patch and tho little corn hold These products of the soil have captured his mind and heart and were It not for a diligent and in terested office force in all probability there would be no News in Breckcn Nodded Approval- Do you think they approved of my sermon asked the newly appointed rector hopeful that ho had made a good Impression Yes I think so replied his wife They were all nodding Luxuriant Wistaria A famous wistaria In Japan is that to be found at Kashukabe northeast of Tokyo The vine is COO years old and grows over trullllses covering a space of 4000 feet Its pendant clue teru are more than fifty inches long WI r 1 h ridge today When Mr Babbage U not in his garden he Is out in the county talking tobacco growing hog raising and incidentally subscriptions nnd Job printing He is devoted to the farmers which Is possibly due to Mrs Babbaec who is a farmers daughter She would rather go to a milking pen any evening than to a grand opera July the twentyfirst Mr Babbage will celebrate his sixty fifth birthday and tho same month his paper will enter Its thirtyfifth year Ho has sold and published newspapers ever since ho was large enough to talk and to run a printing press Ills love for the printshop and journalism Is Inherited by his children Will June Every editor hasdis faults but Daniel MacIIIr Hutton has only ono being a bachelorand that will be righted in June when ho will marry Miss Grace Stephenson LInney This news will make tho Kentucky editors very happy for Mr Hutton has al ways been entirely too popular at the press gatherings for the pleasure of the married editors Ho is In part nership with John G Pulliam in ed iting and publishing tho Harrodsburg Herald His first newspaper expert ence was with F D Spotswood the wellknown exeditor It Is said that Mr Hutton knows and speaks to more people each week than any oth er man in Mercer county Ho keeps in touch with them to learn what they know and are thinking about and takes an active interest in religious and lodgo circles being a Mason Odd JOHN N GAINESIIHas Started Many Newspaper Work Fellow and a Maccabce Mr Hutton Is county president of tho Sunday school and advocates statewide pro hibition I Goes to Southern Climes Mr Blchn who with Mr Donovan has been publishing the Winchester Democrat over a quarter of a century will leave soon for Albuquerque New Mexico lie will join Mrs Blchn there and they will make their homo in the southern climes With the is sue of March 29 tho Democrat wad turned over by Messrs Blehn and Donovan to Messrs Needham and Nelson Tim Nccdbam expresident of the Kentucky Preis association Is from Williamstown and C B Nel son is from Washington D C There Is a deep feeling of regret over tho de parture of Messrs Bicbn and Donovan from the newspaper field but the Winchester people and others over the state gladly welcome their suo ccssors who are potent journalists Personal Notes About the Editors Harry A Sommers editor of the Elizabcthtown News who has attended more meetings of the Kentucky Press association than any other member made the statement a week or two ago that he was still young and unmarried and would bo present at tbo fortyfirst annual gathering in Juno at Mammoth CaveIDavid M Duncan has just bought a most adequato building for hit printing office at Brandenburg where he publishes the Meade County Messenger lie Is now making a ape cialty of job printing for poultry men Dixon I Merritt for eight years associate editor of tho Owensboro positionIEnglish literature and iu a recent Issue of the Taylor Trotwood magazine j he had a delightfully written article on Audubon tho great and famous I bird lover who spent many years ol his life in the woods around bender son and Louisville I got into tho newspaper business accidentally 1SS7 Sold out in 1905 thinking I was tired of It but soon found I was mistaken and now I am back in the harness again In all prob ability for life said C K McCoy mlck who has in the last month ta ken full charge ot tho Bullitt County Pioneer that has been edited since 1907 by John L Sneed Doubling His Joy Her Father Yesterday I won the prize in the lottery and today you come and ask me for my daughters band SuiUvYes you know one bit of good luck always brings another A Bad Defeat ShuI have lost all faith In human kind He What makes you to per ftlmlstlcT Sbobr under the test of the pure food laws the very first thing to fall was tbe angel foodBaltimore American MEDICAL MEN BAR ALCOHOL Some of Foremost Practitioners of the World Strongly Oppose Its Use as a Medicine At tho International congress held in London some of the foremost med cal practitioners and instructors ot Europe and America made reports covering extended research conclu ding In every Instance with strong tea timony against the use of alcohol as a medicineDr of Carlsbad one of the medical leaders of pneumonia spoke of nearly COO cases of pneu monla and enteric fever treated with nnd without alcohol Although tbe smaller number had alcohol used as a remedy and the larger number were treated without the use of alcohol there wns n smaller percentage of deaths among the latter class of pa tients Of cases complicated with delirium tremens 21 were treated with alcohol and 15 died Out of 26 treat ed without alcohol but nine died About the same propostlons were reported on a series of typhoid lever cases similarly treated Dr Laltincn of the University of Helsfngfors lectured on tho Influence of alcohol on immunity reporting ob servations on some 23 cases observed to discover whether or not alcohol In creased or diminished tho resistance of human blood corpuscles to toxins and whether the use of alcohol con ferred any immunity Ho found he declared that the normal resisting power of tbo blood was less with drinkers than among abstainers He concluded that alcohol In small doses was Injurious to the human body Prof Henchen of the University of Stockholm declared thatthero was un mistakable evidence of an Intimate re latlon between alcoholism and tuberculosis and that alcohol could never be used as a remedy without Increas ing the fatality A member of the French medical faculty in the person of Dr Legraln who is superintendent of the insane asylum of Paris contended that nice hol was more poisonous than lead or phosphorus and was responsible for much dementia and mental feebleness Dr C G Crothers head of the Walnut Lodge hospital Hartford Conn and for many years editor of time Jour nal of Inebriety urged that habitual users of alcohol should be considered as insane and treated accordingly Before the last session of the Society for the Study of Alcohol and Narcot ics held In Washington Dr Crothers stated his views on the subject from tho medical standpoint PS follows Every advance In scientific study of disease and degeneration shows that alcohol Is one of the most promi nent agents and Is very vitally con corned In the diseases of the human race Statistical studies of the causes of accidents Injuries diseases and the great forces of heredity which enter into our civilization bring out time same fact In greater prom inence that alcohol In some torn Is the most Influential factor of these lossesMedical sociological and economi cal studies all confirm these facts and make prominent tho conviction that alcohol In some way is a source ot danger Imperfectly recognized and yet powerful beyond measure In degenera lion and Increased mortality These facts have created a sense of alarm hi the public mind which is material izing in various ways and Is apparent In very remarkable forms Campaign Against Opium Tho great Chinese campaign against opium fares variously In different parts of the empire In some provinces the demand for opium continues as great as ever and efforts are made to meet It without official Interference hut In Pcktu so far as hospital ex perience goes one might say that opium smoking had almost disappeared The fact is that the Chinese seem to be ashamed of the use ot the drug now and hesitate to seek treatment It is estimated that threetenths ot the people have stopped smoking and about eighttenths of the officials Among army officers the habit seems to bo entirely abolished In Peklu the number of opium dens Is about half of what it was 18 months ago They are all against the law and the native newspapers frequently note raids on them by the police The punishment inflicted is generally n 6 fine or n mouths imprisonment The price of tho drug has Increased from 35 to CO per cent Lipton on Strong Drink Sir Thomas Uptons business ca reer has been notably successful and In his reminiscences recently pub lished In one of the popular magazines of tho day he gives a secret of such success To the men who are filled with aspiration towarl1s KucceE In business he writes May I here says a few words of advlcp Always beware of strong drink Remember corkscrews have sunk more people than cork Jackets will ever save Dry Wave In Manitoba Manitoba has just experienced a dry wave which added IS counties to the 70 which had previously voted for tho restriction of the liquor traf fic 1885 Berea CollegeA FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINSP- laces the BEST EDUCATION In reach of all V Over 60 instructors 1175 students from 27 hatesfh Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placed with others like himself where he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for thcso least advanced Samo lectures library and general a vantages as for more advanced students Arithmetic and the common branches taught In the right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons In Farm and Household Management etc Free text books TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade tractionS anti compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management PrlnUng Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely finished common branches Tho most practical and Interesting studies to yu fit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered in this course so that a young man may secure a diploma in Agriculture and a young lady in Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even a part of this course as fall and winter terms is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin GOT man Algebra History Science eta fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with use of Jaboratorles scientific apparatus and all modern methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to Sth grade Model Schools enables one to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter and spring terns give the Information culturo anti training necessary fora true teacher and cover branches necessary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra In connection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berwi College Is not a moneymaking Institution All tho money re ceived from students is paid out for their benefit and the School expends on an average upon each student abut fifty dollars a year more than ho pays in This great deficit is made up by tho gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Bcrea in order that it may train young men 2nd women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people Our students come from time best families and are earnest to do well and Improve For any who maY- be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except those with parents in Berea live In College buildings and assist in work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train Ing and getting pay according to tho value of their labor Except In win ter It is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 cents a week Somo who need to earn more may by writing to tho Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from 50 cents to one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Bcrea favors plain clothing Our climate is tho best but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Coopera tive Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for tho fine buildings in which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week la the fall and 150 in winter For room furnished fuel lights wash ing of bedding 40 cents a week in fall and spring 50 cents in winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books eta This Is paid but once and is returned when tho student departs Second nn Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school build ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services or teachers all our instruction Is a free gift The Incidental Fee for most students Is 500 a term fS In courses with Latin and 700 U Colgate courses jl1bitUI PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE incidental fee and room rent by the term board by the halt term Installments aro as follows FALL14 weeks 2950ln ono payment 2900 Installment plan first day 2105 including 100 deposit mlddlo ot term 94G- WINTER 12 weeks 290pln ono payment 2850 Installment plan first day 2100 including 100 deposit middle ol term 900 r I SPRING 10 weeks 2250ln one payment 2200 Installment plan first day 1675 including 100 deposit middle ot term 675- SPRING4 z weeks term for those wbo must leave for farm work 9407- SPR1NG 7 weeks terra for those who must leave for teachers exam nations 1645- REFUNDING Students who leavo by permission before the end of a term receive back for money advanced as follows No allowance for frau tlon of a week On board refund in full On room and Special Expenses there is a large loss occa stoned by vacant rooms or depleted classes and the Institution will refund only onehalf of the amount which the student has paid for the remaining reeks of the terra On Incidental Fee students excused before the middle of a term will ro celvo a certificate for onehalf tho Incidental fee paid which certificate will be received as cash by Berea College on payment of term bills by the etiv lent In person or a brother or sister If presented within four terms The first day of Fall term Is Sept mber 15 1909 The first day of Winter term is January 5 1910 The first day of Spring terra is March 30 1910 For Informalon or friendly advice write to the SecretaryiWILL C GAMBLE 1 BEREA KENTUCKY F That Premium Knife takes the eyes of the men and boys who see it The mountain people like a good thing when they see it and to get a 75 cent knife with two blades of razor steel and a dollar paper that is worth more to the moun thin people than any other dollar paper in the world The Knife and The Citizen for125- 1 That brings in subscriptions all the time If you have not gotitj you ought to have s 1t t FedCOSSShOe bends with your foot Does this look like a comfort I I shoer 0 I f Yet hundreds of women say U cI never knew such comfort Oxfords 350 4 High Shoes 4 5 A COYLESYou pay lessor get more I Ix MAIN ST BEREA KY c afaosososososososo oso ososososososoeosoooflososasopo- o Berea and Vicinity i i I tl 0 P GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES o s osososososososososesososososososososoeosoreososososoi u n DR BEST I DENTISTCITY OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE 7 L N TIME TABLE North Bound Local Kiioxvllle 630 n m 1100 p m BEREA 129 p m 357 n m Cincinnati 610 p m 745 a m South Bound Local Cincinnati 640 a m 825 p m I BEREA 1159 n m 1229 p m Kiioxvllle 700 p m 550 a m Express Trains F Stop to let off and take on passen gers from beyond Cincinnati or from Atlanta and beyond South Bound Cincinnati 815 a m BEREA 1144 a m1North Bound BEREA 456 p m Cincinnati 835 p m These two trains will now carry t I thru sleepers from Jacksonville to Chicago transferring over the P R JR at Clnclnratl so that Berea pas vergers for Chicago may go thru without changing Dr C C Creech of Manchester is visiting Mr H Muncy and his daugh ter who is in school bore i Mrs M K Pasco is being visited by her sister Mrs Cherry from Ohio The Rev J W name and Howard Hudoon returned last SaturII day from Evarts Ky where went for the ordination of the Rev 1 M RollandIover daughter In their home Mr H n Howll left ruesday for Cleveland on buslne6SIMrs W H Dower and two sonsI Marlon and William visited with trlIends In Cincinnati last week h Mrs L C Gabbard visited at the home of her son W R Gabbard near Wallaceton from Friday until Sunday Mr G M Treadway of Paint Lick was In town Sunday For sale or exchange for other stock two good mule Jacks Apply to J W Herndon Berea Ky Regent G N Ellis was In ChicagoI the first of the week on Mr Wilson the secretary ot the Y M C A of Kentucky was in our city over Sunday Mr and Mrs Sheridan Ballard of Valley View were the guests of Mr1 J K Baker and family of this city last week Miss Emma Steger arrived Friday from her home in Fredonla N Y for a short visit with her slater Ma rte Mr McLaren and Miss Click on Sat urday took Mrs Patterson to Cincinnati for hospital treatment- Dr I W E Barton of Chicago arriv ed Wednesday noon He will make the principal address at the Pearson Day Celebration FARM FOR SALE Small farm for rent or sale near Wallaceton Call on W A Ogg nu The latest in silk fibre insertions likes edgings embroideries hosiery handkerchiefs and tests and 10 ct line at Tavern Barber Shop ENTIRELY NEW A CLEAN AND- UPTOTHEMINUTE Bath Rooms in Connection Down Stairs Boone Tavern S R SEALE Prop Miss Bowersox has been laid up for several days with a sore toe FOR SALE Barred Plymouth Rock eggs 50 cents per 15 Write Mrs Maggie Fowler Berea Ky or call at home 2 miles north of Boron Dr John Lowe who has been a missionary In China for several years gave a very Interesting and helpful lecture In the Baptist church last Thursday evening and also gave an appealing and beautiful talk to the students in Chapel Friday morning on the urgent need of workers in tho folder fit id At her reular meeting Friday even Ing Utile Dulce Literary society el ected officers for the remainder of the school year They were as fol lows Pres May Harrison Vice pres Magle Taulbeo Sec Ethel McBroom Treasurer Margaret Schumaker third member of executive board Margaret Todd and Critic Lillian Chrisman Mrs W D Logsdon of Panola was the guest of Mr and Mrs Tom Logs don at the first of the week Mrs J W Evans left Sunday for a visit with her daughter Mrs D B Chandler at Mu Vernon Mr Lewis Rupard who has been In 1111 school here during the past year left Wednesday for his home at Win chesterFOR SALE PRIVATELY 7000 feet good rough lumber ono second hand buggy a 1750 set of buggy harness Also a combined saddle mare three years old 15 hands high good driver Dont need them at present and will zen cheapJas Coyle Be rea Ky The Model Schools observed Arbor Day last Friday with appropriate exorcises and the planting of trees The Junior grades gave a well prepared programme and each grade planted rome tree under the direction of Frances Clark Dr Emily Dillman Smith formerly1 a medical missionary In Foochow China who has been spending the past win ter in Gray Hawk was in Berea a few days of this week She spoke to the girls In upper report division Tuesday morning IWATCH FOR THE COMET IThe great Halleys comet is at last visible to the naked eye In this part of the world It Is still a little hard to see because you have to get up at half pant four to see it The Government has sent out a bulletin which says that Friday morning at that time Is about the earliest that a good view of the thing is assured Word comes from Evansvllle and elsewhere that people are finding themselves BO sleepy that thy can not get really waked up There haa been some complaint of the same MRS EARLYS STANDARDIZCD For All Live StockEASY ANDSAFE TO USE I I IIRINGWORU lOa aua If PORTER DRUG CO INCOKrOKATKD Alit role MM BOOKLET kind around hero folks sleep and sleep and are still sleepy The Evans vlllcr people blame the comet It will be Interesting to see whether the con dlUon becomes general and lasts as j long as the comet docs Did you still feel sleepy when you got up this- morning Some folks did IHELP CLEAN UP BEREA IThero are very few towns which DereaIher best for this city and the im provements of tho last few years havo gene far toward making tho town modern In every way Much is still left to do and a good deal of it is financially out of the reach of any small city but the most important thing of all wo can dowe can clean upDerea is not clean Litter of all kinds disfigures the streets and It Is Impossible for a stranger to look with pleasure on the place or for u citizen to show it with pride eo long as this condition continues cityIhave realized this and the womens clubs have sot to work to do some thing about It They are the best of all possible agents for this and we I bet that they win But every one I ought to help themfor the good of the town if ha is a good citizen and gentlemanIThe have the town In better shape thanl ever before by tho time the sun sots Saturday night o Ys MIC MEMBERSLISTEN I iThe Association ushered In the new school year of 190910 with tho 1Je roa Night blowout of speeches yells songs and watermelons It was enjoyed by all big and llttio rich and poor handsome and someugly The winter- term was celebrated by a social In tho Union Church and was an enjoy able success And now last but not i least comes the Spring term event It Is a doubleheader with all atom on businessIi spring social If any Y M C A member either student or faculty IsI absent on Tuesday April 19th 1910 A D from 700 to 900 p in by Berea tickers from the Union Church we fear it will be because he cannot appreciate a high class programme or else that he has an Instinctive aversion to high class refreshments REMEMBERAll Y M C A mom bers are cordially invited PI EPSILON PI MEETING One of the moat pleasing and auc yearjPi Ladles Literary Society in the Chapel on Tuesday evening A large attendance testified to the interest In the entertainment and frequent hearty applause showed Itn success Tho chief charm of the entertainment lay In Its real literary merit and 1t8I simplicity The productions were all part of a supposed copy of the May Ladles Homo Journal and tho differ eat articles were in imitation some I times rather in carlcaturo ofj the usual features of that publication Tableaus sot for illustrations and ad vertisements won great applause a May Pole dance by olght girls andI charming Following is the gramme Cover Design The Dutch Flower Girl George llitchcvck MAUD PARKKR Inside Cover Ivorr Soap LINNA JOHNSTON LRNORA HOLLIDAY That Reminds Me ANNA IKArzr- rEditorialThe Uenuty of Simplicity LAURA RAY Art Department Arrangtd by Florence Lillian llutk MAIIALA DAY The Three Fates I FLAURA SruRiocK UKULAH YOUNO Spring KLIZAIIKTII COOPER Girl with Mandolin EntTti RATIIIIUN The Romance of nn Investment MRS LUELLA MACIOARD Duet Ojil Vlve W Gall KDITII EARLY EDITH RATIIIIUN MonologueMrs llrnckerYounpe In the Dentists Office FhrtMtr Lillian limk TIIBRKSA JOHNSON May Pole Dance EIOIIT GIRLS May Day Superstitions nnd Entertain ments AKTIR PORTER Far from the Maddening Men XIV LILLIAN NKWCOMBR Phvstcnl Culture for Girls GRACR MANMNO Advertisements Diamond Dyes FBRN SINKRY Dutch Cleanser IULA KCASOR Makers Cocoa HATTIE POYMTRK Hack Cover Gold Medal Flour FIVK GIRLS WOOD CONTRACTS Parties de airing to deliver wood to the College for the next school year deliveries to begin after Commencement should see Treasurer Oaborno and get con tracts at an early date 200 a cord will be paid for absolutely round i good wood with no small limbs s ALPHA ZETA BANQUET everII diet of the hundred friends and mem bars of tho Society who attended the Tenth Banquet at Boono Tavern Sat unsay night The verdict was unani mous and extended practically to every feature of the evening Tho occasion sot a now mark and one i which will bother succeeding commit tees to live up to The big dining room of the hool had boon decorated for tho occasion with tho Society colors and fresh CablesIIJrcsontedwhen the guests entered at raven Oclock After a delicious collation tho toasts of the evening wore given un der the able direction of Marshall Vaughn who shone as toastmaster No one has seemed able to select any one tttait as the beet and cer tainly nono could have born omitted without marring tho evening Following i Is tho programme A Z Standards A E Thomson OurIViola Click and Pebbles and Pearls Mr 0 C Schwlerlng FOR SALE I A six room house with lot on Rail road Street in Boroo Also a 28 pas sengor Merrygoround in perfect ord er IIas boon run only a part of twq seasons has a good 2 12 homo power gasoline engine and good organ which plays tea different tunoo has taken in as high as 200 a day Can bo hauled over any road In two loads with a twohorso wagon My reason I fur selling Is that I want to buy a larger one Would trade for a good team of horses or mules H K Richardson Berea Ky The Store j x + soars IdiIf f I GO TO WJTatums FOR Fresh Groceries I buy all kinds of Produce North Cor Main St Berea Kentucky ST LOUIS SHOE REPAIRING SHOP JAKE MILLER Proprietor Do you want to get satisfaction on your shoe repairing Come to me I guarantee my work Prices are low and Workmanship Guaranteed Best White Oak Leather used Special line of Rubber Heels Work done while yoh wait Give me a trial and you will call again MAIN ST BEREA KY Over Dank fP l NEWS OF THE WEEK iConllnucJ lass First Ill the city which has bocomo the victim However there la much hope ai tho first net of the newly elected govern mont has to announce far and wide that It Is nbt as dangerous as it looksT R SEES PINCIIOT Tho long expected Interview between Theodore nUll Plnchot is over and Teddy knows all that Plnchot has to say Neither would toll what took place and it IsIsafe to say that Plnchot could got more than a dollar a word for a full rpport of the Interview If ho would furnish It to the newspapers It la worthy of note first that Koosovclt has promised to mako a speech at Plnchoi8 Conservation Congress late this summer and second that Pinchot looked much happier after the Inter view than be did before They spent most of two days at it It Is sold that Plnchot made no attack on Taft MUST REHEAR UIO CASES Tho Supreme Court has decided that a reargument will have to be mado casesIbunch and the a torah to hear tho oases This pro bably means that no decision will bo wimerI Plans kro being mado for a repetition of the battleship cruise around tho world Sixteen ships will make this cruise but they will bo more powerful ones titan the last tlmo The benefits of the last cruise wcro BO great that Jt ia likely that tile cruise will be n frequent feature of Naval practice NO TRACE OF COOKA party of tour men has just returned from climbing Mt McKlnley which Dr Cook claimed to have scaled notuq years ago They report that they could not find any trace of him or go up tho way ho said ho did In the Dining Car The man at tho table In the din- Ing car had long hair high cheek bones a turndown collar and a frock coat The colored waiter observed him carefully Small glass of whisky large glass of water said tho man Then the waiter shifted his razor to quietly 9I Farmers Dont Fail to Use Fertilizer I It is now time to begin sowing oats and planting I corn And everything points to a good crop year Now dont make a mistake and fail to use some good fertilizer Ibecause you did not get good results last year If you buy a horse or cow and it should die you would 1 Inotsay I will never buy another one Now the thing to do is to try and gain this year what you lost last year and afr lithe way to do it is to use Reads or Globe Fertilizer and raise big crops Dont use some other fertilizer because some one tells you it is just as good Use the kind that Vtyou know is good and you will not take as much risk We have two car loads on hand and would be s 0 glad to sell you Come and see us before buying il l MAIN STREET RHODUS Cs HAYESQuality I BEREA KY ot Failed in Health RuthWardchildren I had never been strong and this with the shock of meI all the time and did hadtheithadand now I am in good health I Take CARDUII4 The Womans Tonic Womens pains are relieved or prevented and womens tonicYouIf you do need It do not delay but commence to use furtherdownDont wait then but begin to take Cardui today for Its use no matter how prolonged cannot harm you and will surely do you good Tamfor4 LETTER FROM SASKATCHEWAN i llouleau Soak Canada March 20 1910 Door Editor and Headers of Tho Cltlzom I halo been a subscriber to tho paper for seven years and am very much pleased with It I receive my paper each Monday and It Is like noting a letter from home- I am a native of Kentucky but have been In Canada for four years and llko this country flue altho my thoughts often return to Tho Good old U S A with friends and school mates at liana There are a great many Yankees as wo are called hero and qulto a number are from Kentucky Almost every state In tile Union Is represented hero and more coming each year There are also l copla here from nearly every country on tho globe This country Is a level prairie and U covered with a long tine grass which makes the boot of hay Tho soil IB very fertile It has been tooted 18 feet beneath Uio surface mid found to produce excellent grain Wheat oats flax and barley arc the principal crop oltho some clover timothy and alfalfa are grown Land soils at from X23 to UO per acre and some at 165 that being ad joining town limits Under proper cul tivatipn this land will yield from 10 to 40 bushels of wheat usually worth ItA contspor bushel SO to 90 bushels Of oats worth front 30 to 50 cents l err bushel or 1C to 20 bushels of flax worth from = 125 to 200 per bushel per acre The system of farming bore Is very different from that of Kentucky also donoon a much larger scale to Illustrate i will glee our own fanning plans Wo are farming 1280 acre SO acres of which Is In pasture and hay 800 ncros In crop each year whllo tho remain Ag 400 acres are plowed disc and harrowed each year between seeding and harvest and mado ready for crop tho coming year thereby leaving onethird the land to rest each year To farm tills amount of land It takes 22 horses 4 men with extra help In spring and tall Wages are very good here a man gots35 to 40 per month and board while a girl gets from 20 to 2i per month Men and girls both are very scarce hero The government runs excursion trains from tho east to this province In the fall bringing both men and girls to help harvest the crops There are government claims to be taken up hero Any man over 18 years of ago or any widow with minor children can get ICO acres of as good land as there Is In tho north west Cost 1000 to got It and owner must live on gait land C months of each year for three years and cult vats 1C acres each year after this is done they can got a clear deed The Canadians are very nice pea pie to deal with and of all Bottlers tho Yankee receives tho heartiest welcome I This country has some very good I laws whllo like all others It has sonic not so good Thoro Is no divorce law item whatever a divorce case must go thru tho head of parliament and costs tho applicant from 7000 to 10000If man kills another It costs him his life therefore there nro tow munlcr uses hero A woman or child are perfectly safe to go where they will day or night Wo have 10 12 months school each year Teachers are paid by tho month Instead of by scholar they get from ISO to G5- IlOr nionth If a teacher teaches 3 years In the annie district and at tends Normal C months they are en titled to a certificate for life anywhere In the province I As a rule wo have very cold weath er In winter but the winter just hawed has been a very mild only 23 degrees below zero a few Umes and as a rule stood about 10 degrees below Tho coldest weather wo have soen here was CS below zero and men were hauling grain C 12 mites that tiny The air hero Is light and dry and no wind when It Is colder than 3G below and the cold dont havo tlio sumo effect as It the air was dump The summer seasons are very short but tho days are long and the sun shines warm and the grain grows ninetyJayaIt is ready to harvest The nights are cool all summer and wo have frost every month In year except July but tho June frosts come about tho 6th of the month and are very light do no harm to grain and very little to gardens The August frost comes about 20th of tho month and some times kills potatoes and gardens but dont hurt grain The mosquitoes aro quite bad hero at times generally In the month of Juno Any ono wishing further particu lars about tho country can have same for the asking g Yours as ever- Martha Roberts Brown Rouleau Soak Canada The Water Dlte Ho was six years old and had never gazed into tho mystical lens of a mi croscope Several slides containing anlmalculae had been displayed to his astonished vision He was too amazed to make any comment until he came to one slide that seemed more wriggly than any of tho others It was merely a drop of water The little fellow gazed at It a long time with all Its nimble particles of animal life and finally exclaimed to his motherOh now I know what It Is that bites you when you drink soda water Six Horseshoes Rent Six horseshoes wero paid In tho feign of Edward I are still paid by the corporation of London as the rent of a piece of land In St Clement Danes near tho present law court the freehold of which was now worth pia- or J4 for every square toot of sur face Ask your Merchant for Cream of Wheat Flour Made fromselected wheat carefully milled on latest the uptodate mill It is the whitest and purest and every sack guaranteed TRY IT AND BE CONVINCED Our brands of flour are Cream of Wheat Perfection Pioneef and Fancy Family We also make feed and meal AndrewJItaac Prop BEREA ROLLER MILLS Berea Kentucky Cleaning and Pressing Ladies Skirts Gents Overcoats and Fall Suits Cleaned Pressed and Repaired W C CARPENTERB- ack I of Fish Bldg Berea Ky e 1i Jw c A Romancet of ProgressI By ALBERT PAYSON TERHUNE PETER HEILEAnd the Capt uring of Time f A Nuremberg clockmaker Peter Hello or Honlelno by name Btartled all Europe In the year 1440 by Invent- Ing a clock that could be carried about In the band or even in the pocket In other words a watch This was regarded as the last and crown ing triumph of timepiece making I Though Hellos watch weighed some thing over a pound and was as large as a strongbox yet It was stared at as one of the wonders of the world Were a modern genius to devise a watch perfect In every detail and no larger than a pinhead the feat would attract far less amazed admiration For Helle had at a bound abridged the vast chasm between tho huge cumbersome old llme clock with Its weighty awkward mechanism and tho compact timepiece that could readily be borne from place to place For fully 2000 years our forefa thers had been wrestling In a slow unprogressive way with tho problem of computing time And that long struggle Is one of the most Interesting conflicts in tho history of progress In earlier men told time by the posl lion of the sun In the heavens That art Is still possessed In a wonderful degree of accuracy by woodsmen in many parts of America Later the sun dial was Invented by some un known genius and for centuries was looked on as the only possible way of determining tho hours weatherIwater clock took Its place Tho earliest clepsydra TaModernhole at tho bottom This bottle was I filled with water and by the period required for the liquid to escape time I was computed Tho hour glass u variation on this Idea was also In use It consisted of two glass hemispheres connected by a narrow tube One of the hemispheres was filled with sand The tube was of such a sIze that exI actly one hour was required for the pouring of tho sand from one comport ment to the other I IThe clepsydra however was tho an of the modern clock for time It was developed into an InI ratus fitted up with a dial and an Indicator that was moved from point to point by tho varying pressure of the water Archimedes It is said was the man to whom It first occurred to substitute weights for water An Improvement was later made on this contrivance by placing balls of metal In such a position on the clepsydra that at the end of each hour they should fall against a gong Thus the striking clock originated Alfred the Great king of England Invented a variation on the clepsydra lie computed the size a candle must bo to burn from dawn to dawn Then by cutting notches at regular dls tances In this candle he divided the day and night Into regular Hut he went no further IntervalsI velopment of his Idea It was in the far east that clocks I had their real origin The Saracensi evolved tho theory of wheels and striking apparatus con nected with the marked dials and in dicators Tho Crusaders after their Palestine wars carried back many eastern customs to Europe clockma king among others Great clocks some of them still In existencewere constructed In various monasteries and churches to be gaped at by the populace as uncanny even supernatural Monks made Improvements In such clocks now and then In fact many features of the modern clock makers art are due to these friars England and France In those times wero fonder of war than of Invention So It was In Germany tint clockma king flourished most Instead of using a striking apparatus for clocks some of these Germans constructed with bellows tiny roosters that crowed the hour tho roosters crow being popu larly supposed to usher In the day From this comes the cuckoo clock Helle of Nuremberg conceived the Idea of a pbrtable clock Dut a great difficulty stood In his way The motive power of clocks mechanism de heavyHowProblem Was weIghts could not Solved be lugged about with any degree of ease Some other power he decided must therefore tako tho place of these cumborous lumps of metal At last he hit on the Idea He coiled a long ribbon of steel about a central spindle The unroll ing of this powerful coil he found aft er many disappointing experiments would supply the motive power need ful to the clocks mechanism From this discovery arose the theory of mainspring hairspring and countless other triumphs of latterday machin ery Hellos first watch was a cylindrical metal box gorgeously ornamented and with one side hinged Inside this primitive case were the dial spring and wheels the dial face being visible through the fretwork on the surface of tho hinged side of the box A ridiculously awkward contrivance and one that would wake the laughter of any twentiethcentury school boy Germany baa erected a statue to Helle But a far more lasting monu ment to the old Nurembergers genius Is carried In every mans watch pocket Copyrighted 40 U I HIS LITTLE MISTAKE One evening last week young Wal ton rather suddenly It was remem bered later left the circle gathered on the chilly veranda of the family hotel that houses his trunk and started for the evening stroll that has become his habit lie swung diagonally across tho lawn smoking vigorously and with the outward appearance of a man possess Ins no ulterior motive no subtle de sign it was nearly dark and the hedges of the hotel lawn loomed black as he passed themso black Indeed that Just at the corner of the hedge turn Ing upon the sidewalk of tho avenue Walton stumbled And at tho same time there arose a weird wall of an guish that drew the attention of the peopled veranda to Waltons dark figure Its a cat Walton muttered to himself watching a gleam of yellow lash under the rays of a street lamp And Its for all the world like the Horton cat Wonder If theyve lost H7- Now the Hortons had but recently acquired a Persian cat orange as to color pedigreed for four generations back which answered to the fantas tic name of Comet Only the night before Walton had heard for the twen tieth time Just how much Mrs Horton thought of Comet how unusual Comets coat was and how he was never allowed to walk abroad alone so positive was his owner that some lurking thief would carry off her far famed pet Ills mind filled with Mrs Hortons present grief and future Joy should he bring to her the lost Comet Wal ton bounded after the cat calling In his most seductive tones Finally he won the confidence of the wanderer Undoubtedly the cat answered to his namea fact that Mrs Horton had Impressed upon Walton Comet had never been called klttythat nama forever attached to his shorthaired brethren It must be Comethe was orange his eyes a deep copper hU tall a waving plume of orange fur After a few minutes maneuvering Walton was speeding back to the hotel with a purring bundle In his arms Ho would telephone the lion tons and then take over the cat and restore him to the arms of his fond ownerMay I ask It you know whose cat that Is Mr Walton came In sweetly suspicious tonos from the top ol the steps as Walton began to mount them Then for the first time he realizedI that he had been the center terest for the whole neighborhood for some momenta past Somewhat con fused by this discovery Walton stam mered I think I do I am going to tele phono hut what are you going to do with thecatOh keep It In my room till I take It to my friends And whose Is It do you think Suspicion was filling the air Wal ton felt himself growing more and more contused and he stammered out j Hortons name before the gathering crowd j Dut It Isnt asserted the cool Isginlitnever forgive me if It were stolen Tle cat was lifted from Waltons J grasp and borne away while Walton hurried from the chilling gaze of the assembled body lie rushed to the telephone booth with a speed that added fuel to tho fire of suspicion already blazing brightly But Comet was at hlme The cat was not tho Hortonsan explanation that Walton mado to all who would listenThat is not all of tho story The next morning on a huge elm that graces a yard on the same side of the street as the hotel there appeared a sign written In a hurried hand t LOST A FINE Pntl3IAN KITTEN ORANGE COT AND COPPER EYES FINDER WILL RE CEIVE REWARD Walton paused before the sign to consider Another orange cnt This bereft homo was not across the street where the cat was taken the night before Could It be that across the street might be found a salve for the sorrow tho giant elm proclaimed a salvo that at tho same time might lighten his burden by shifting It per haps to the owner of the sweet chill lag voice of the night before But Walton walked on and being over gallant endures In silence the chill that greets him these days You see they didnt advertise for Information he tells the Hortons whose full sympathy Is his And anyway there are too many orange cats In this neighborhood Im not looking for more Purchase Supplies In Quantity Elide for supplies for the military In the Philippines are asked for In such quantities as 6600000 pounds or frozen fresh beef 200000 pounds of frozen fresh mutton 464000 pounds of rice 116000 pounds of sugar 8181 cans of assorted Jams 30000 pounds of butter 2400 cakes of coap 35000 oneounce bags of smoking tobacco 6000 half pints of fizz water and soon Military supplies are admitted duty free ifJIIc 4 7 r 4 a a S INTENSIVE FARMING rwr Timely Articles on Mountain FarmingScience for the Fathers 1 Conducted By F O CLARKjIJ j Grow Grass for Money and Pleasure It was agreed last week that ono of the reasons for the small amount of grass now raised was that wo do not know how to make It a money crop We must keep stock If we are to realize a good profit from grass Grass stock and a small number of hired men make a moro profitable combination than corn market and many hired men If you keep grass and stock tho soil does not wash you havo no fertilizers to buy the stock do the work and the children enjoy the farm Tho feeding of farm animals on the farm moans that 90 per cent of the fertilizing valuo of the crops fed can be returned to land It also means that less corn will be grown and more green forage crops such as clover votch cowpeas etc As these crops tend to build up the land rather than to tear It down they can not but make farming more profitable Stock growing provides a home market for the crops grown on tho farm When we feed stock wo are condensing the crops to about one eighth of their original weight Seven I WASHINGTON from Pint Page ICOI the corporation tax and of administration and defended the tariff law That tariff law Is getting to be one- of tho big Issues all right and most of the real excitement of the week i has centered around It The action of the Indiana Republican Conven ion In falling to edorse it caused a general jar and Pros Taft broke a date to make a speech In that state Ho didnt cay so but It Is supposed that ho feels this will be a punish ment to tfco people who have din agreed with him on the tariff quea tlon There Is a good deal of hard f l- Ing over this action I Then tho tariff friends are claiming that tho reduction of the deficit i which Is beginning to appear Is duo entirely to the now tariff law A whllo ago they explained that the deficit was due to hard times and they are making a great fuss over I the return of prosperity so It seems they havo more reasons than they know what to do with Perhaps both had something to do with it Finally the Senate committee that Investigated the high cost of living reported that not the tariff but the cold storage plants accounted for the cost ot living and recommended a bill to limit tho time that goods I can be kept In cold storage The actual effect of tho tariff changes can hardly be shown yet but to the outsider It looks a little funny to hoar all the explanation how the tariff has not increased prices The last we heard the great argument In favor of the tariff was that would Increase prices The trouble lit that some people thought they get higher prices for their products without having to pay higher ones for tho things they bought Tho arlff Is like all other good rules It works both ways and most of tho kicking Is to get a method which will 3ns blo us to buy cheap and sell dear When some bright boy works that out he can easily bo elected presi dentA considerable Interest was arous ed by the recent speech of the most famous son inlaw the Hon Nick Longworth who married Pres Roosevelts daughter Ho has been getting letters from Africa right along and it Is guessed by many that he would not do anything that would stir up a war In the family So his aclons have boon closely watched and when ho mado a speech Saturday It was examined with a view to find Ing out what Mr Roosevelt might bo going to do when ho gets back This Idea may or may not bo right but Longworth vigorously defended the Taft Administration and the tariff both but took card to show his friendly appreciation of the Insur gents It looks like a good harmony speech and It happens that this agrees with your correspondents Idea of what Roosevelt would be most likely to do Teddy has always been a good party man tho ho has usually made tho party do his way Ho go e back about July 1 But the fireworks probably will not begin till the end ol summer However he Is a hard horse to hold and may do his talk ing a little earlier j During the next few weeks tho I Presidents railroad bill will have the right of way In both houses and by I the end of the month It ought to be possible to get a fair Idea of what i Congress Is going to do about It The j campaign fund publicity bill has al co had a favorable report and It a little over halt the Congressmen keep their pledges the bill will pass There Is a suspicion however that the pledges wore mostly made for publi cation and not action During last week the House voted swa I pounds out of every eight are market i feedingItransportation IIIf Sam Jones can feed with a profit corn and hay which he buys can not BIU Smith his neighbor feed j home grown corn and oats at a great er profit i Stock raising pays and to keep stock you must grow grass or In oth er words It pays to grow grass StockI feeding and grass growing distribute labor throughout the year thus makIlug it possible for fewer men I the work Tho work In stock feeding Is largely done In the winter time when the price of labor is lowIiBut how about the pleasure sider 11 of farming Tho enjoyment in Ing about the farm home domestic I animals which man can have under I his control makes the farmer feeliI that he IS the master of his businessISuch a farmer as the one businessII j- i man stockI I I for the building of two big battle J ships to keep the to Its inumbereither a manifestation of Jingoism or a sign of warlike spirit i J Another military matter settled this week was tho Brownsville case Peo plo with long memories will recall that some four years ago there was a riot In which some people were killed one night In BroWnsvlllc Tex and that colored troops wero accused and dismissed from the service Tho oxact culprits were never doermlncdr II Champions of the negroes I an official court of Inquiry This court j has reported that the negroes guilty all tight and that If the worof I officers had done their duty tho r w Iftlrstwould have been discovered iiPros Tart will make no announcement of his Intention for the appoint ing of a member of the Supreme J Court for some time It Is reportedkthat he has offered the place Hughes of Now York BeautyWhenat Crowe England recently by a con stable for riding her cycle without IIipoliceshouldI I I policemans action did not speak much for his gallantry I W L DOUGLAS 300350 400 i X500 SHOES- i Best in the Worl- dUNION I MADEBoys Shoos 200 and 250Fast Color Eyelets Uttd W L Douglas shoes are tho lowest price quality considered in the world Their 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to telegraph a let ter provided you have the price In tho case of a cold wave we are all willing to speed tho parting guest America leads the world in tobacco which makes it easy to watch our smoke When the coal is exhausted will th cement people give us something jus as good For the benefit oc the treasury department A hen is not a bird A hen ts a peach nowadays Some amateur farmers who were going to raise hens are seriously thinking ot shifting to hogs suetn warming effect on Is It truo that the art of conversa tion Is dead in America 1 Telephone for a life Insurance agent and see of our brightest citizens r ro IMany find out how many different a young chicken can have Instead of buying pigs teat hefer after it may bo thought advisable by the economical person to buy a pigs foot One hundred thousand persons In New York have windowless living rooms More work for the undertaker Seventeen Inches more of snow In tho Fittsburg district means more ex cltement along the Ohio when the thaw comes Dr Wileys idea that cooking like painting is a fine art does not Imply that a picture of a beefsteak can satlj fy a hungry man Mars may be In n high state jot civ ilization but a world that depends upon canal boats for transportation cannot bo very uptodate An esteemed contemporary an nounces that Tho Atmosphere is Clearing In England by which it means that tho fog is lifting to the chantlcler hat Roosters 1As right for military purposes but reliable hen lays the eggs that 1 bring In the money to buy tho hats t Governmental longdistance meteorological prophecies have been just n 4not too good for any man who does like to sleep between blankets A young woman hall been attempt ing to commit suicide because she could not become an actress Luckily most of the women who never can be actresses go bravely ahead making a bluff at it i It is predicted by a correspondent t that when all tho coal is exhausted millions of men and women will bo turned out to freeze and starve We should think they would prefer to go south and cat bananas It appears that tho reason there are not more married employes with the telephone company Is that the girls begin housekeeping when they get married and quit registering the hellos of tho great and Impatient public There seems to be no limit to the mineral wealth of Alaska One of the latest expert estimates puts the gross value of the coal which may be mined In tho Behrlng river district a- lonetat 900000000 That dwarfs even the output Cubas new government continues make a good showing Official reports are to the effect that during the first fiscal year succeeding the recent American occupation all expenses have been met and 6000000 was paid on the publIc debt The young repub He should have full credit for excel lent management thus far and the people of the United States will sym pathize warmly with thoso who are eeklng to rulo tho Island with econ omy and cfflclenc T t TONGS START FIERCE WAR SLUMBERING FEUD OF CHINESE FACTIONAL SOCIETIES BREAKS OUT ANEW POLICE SURROUND CHINATOWN Victims Are Attacked Simultaneously In Different LocalitiesTwo Dud and One Injured the Casualty List In Both Philadelphia and New York After a long period Philadelphia of Chinese factional societies a long war broko out In this city and as a result two Chinamen are dead and another BO badly Injured that ho is expected to live but a low hours Tho shootings wero at two different localities but within a couplo of min utes of each other Tho first was In the grocery of On San Wo Co NO1 927 Cherry street where Chu Long the proprietor was killed and Jun Sing was shot twlco in the stomach The latter is now In tho Hahnemanr hospital Tho echoes cC the three shots fired thero had hardly died away before an other storm of bullets rained Into the Chinese restaurant of Mlo Hong Low on Race street near Ninth whero the Hip Sing Tongs were holding a ban quet Chinatown is completely sur rounded by policemen and if tho crlm inals have not already got beyond the police lines they stand little chance ol escaping New YorkTwo Chinamen dead and a third seriously wounded marked the renewal of tho Tong feuds In ChinatownChung was shot three times In the chest while standing on a street corner and died before ho could bu carried to a hospital Chen Hen was arrested Ing Mon Meng a laundry man was found dead in a store in Doyer street with a bullet hole in his right side Nobody has been arrested in this case- Chunoy Lien a wealthy and benevolent merchant formerly Chinese agent in New York for tho Northern Pacific railroad was shot three times in both thighs by an assailant who escaped MODERATION AND PEACE Premiers Address Caused Violent De monstratlons on Part of Radicals St Chamond France Anarchists and revolutionists from all parts of France came to attend tho opening of tho electoral campaign by Premier Driand and the event was marked by violent demonstrations on tho part of tho radicals Many of thb more riotous Individ uals threw stones at tho assemblage smashing windows right and left and some shot oft their revolvers to intim idate tho government officials Ono atone narrowly missed the premiers beadPremier Briands address was in fused with the spirit of moderation and peace urging tho attainment of social reforms by pacific and gradual methodsThe republic he raid owes to all equal justice and liberty She can not make herself a persecutor without fall Ing in essential principles- At this point the premiers wordo were drowned by the crash of a shower of bricks through tho windows and tho cracking of revolvers Eight Men Instantly Killed Novlte Tex Eight men were In stantly killed thrco badly injured and ono is missing by the premature ex doslon of a heavy charge of dynamite at a construction camp on tho Texco extension of tho Santa Fa railroad Tho identified dead are R C Pryor Ft Worth C II Blalock Kentucky Pat Ward Paris Tex M L Burley Coleman Tex Ed Arlington Ft Worth Tex and Jack Reagan Texas Wife Slays Husband Plttsburg KanWalter Caldwell was shot and instantly killed by his wife Mary Caldwell She went to po lice headquarters and surrendered She declared that when she accused him of spending the evening with an othor woman he threatened to kill her so sho secured a revolver under her pillow and shot him twice More Bodies Recovered Cherry III Thirtynine more bud lea of miners wero taken out of the St Paul coal mine whero they had been entombed since the disaster of last November 13 It is believed 60 more bodies will bo recovered within a few days Aged Inmates Were Rescued New York Fiftysix men and worn en tho youngest passed CO years in mates of tho Fritz Renter Altenhelm near North Bergen N J were rescued from fire which destroyed tho cast wing of tho main building Wilsons Condition Critical Anuapolla Md Midshipman Karl D Wilson whoso neck was broken dur- Ing a football game here on Oct 1C in In an extremely grave condition nnd his death Is thought to be a matter of a day or two onlv IFATHER WENT TO CHURCH ILLINOIS 11WETSII WIN FIGHT SALOON MAKE GAINS ALL OVER THE STATE Liquor Interests Victorious In 146 Town and Cities Regain 37 From Dryer ChlcagoTho local option vote In Illinois cities and town showed a ten dency In favor of tho wets when It is compared with the similar contests of two years ago Almost everywhere the wets held onto the cities where saloons hue flourished and in only a fow In stances were their votes cut down In addition they won a considerable number ot cities back from the drys who had driven out the saloons in the elections ot two years ago In a large number of clUes the wet majorities showed considerable Increase Tho drys gained a few cities from the wets but none of theso were of Importance lioturns from 163 towns showed that 99 had voted in favor ot saloons and 64 against them Of the 99 credited to the wets 37 had been voted dry two years ago Out of 64 which voted dry only 14 represented places which had been taken out of the wet column rhe biggest wet victories were represented by the return of the taloons to Decatur Rockford and Mat toon whoso capture by the drys two years ago had been considered a remarkable triumph for tho Prohibi tionists In addition to theso the wets recaptured among others Ba lava Belvidere Clinton Falrbury Nnpervllle and Pans The wets also succeeded In hold- Ing onto Aurora Bloomington Dan ville Ccntralla Elgin Freeport Jollet Waukegan Mollnc Springfield and Sterling The antisaloon forces ended tho day with no notable victories although the fact that they held their own In the city of Galesburg which they kept In tho dry column and tho fact that they won over several minor places gave them some cause for rejoicing The most notable fight of the day was that made in Danville where for a time it seemed as though Governor Deneen might havo to use the militia to end rioting Tho disturbances were put down however without such ex tremes Dut when tho votes were counted it was found that Danville had been held In the wet column by a majority of 1018 This howeyer was a decided decrease from tho 2600 majority of two years ago and the drys claimed that their work bad not been entirely in vain In Chicago aldermanic election the Democrats won a victory electing 21 members to the common council The Republicans elected 13 and the Independents one A Republican majority of 11 in tho present council was changed to a minority of six ANDREW CARNEGIE IS FEEBLE New York Friends Are Much Per turbed Over Physical Condition of Ironmaster New York Friends of Andrew Carnegie who has just returned here from tho west were perturbed by bus physical condition At his home it was declared that he merely was fa tlgued and that after a thorough rest be would be perfectly well but the facts that ho required the assistance of two men in alighting from hU car and that his personal appearance In dicated physical unrest or ailment have created uneasiness Vote Strike on Three Roads Cleveland 0Trainmen and con ductors employed upon the Lake- Shore Michigan Southern the Lake Erie Western and tho Nickel Plate railways havo voted almost unanimously to strike unless their original proposition for a wage in crease Is accepted by those roads The vote was canvassed by the officials of tho employees union Put Eddie Fay In Jail Nude Richmond VaFred Cunningham alias Eddie Fay and Frank Chester alias Little Dick Harris arrested- In New York on a charge of looting the cashiers safe of the Richmond post office were Ipdged in jail here Friday A thousand or more persons were at the station to meet them great caro was taken to prevent their escape The prisoners were stripped athed and placed naked in their cells They wont try any silk thread and emery dust work on my bars said lbe jailer r WETS CARRY WISCONSIN Many ClUe Refuse to Vote Out LI cense Social Democrats Elect Mayor In Milwaukee Milwaukee Wet victories were the rulo in tho scores of license deer tlons held In Wisconsin Notable In tho list of cities which refused to vote out license wore Ra cine Janesvllle New Richmond Darn boo Plattevllle River Falls Waupaca Galesvllle Hudson Monroe and Trem pealeau while the most Important change from wet to dry was Edger ton wet two years ago by 30 which went dry this year by a margin of 90 votes Stoughton Lodi Vlroqua and Cumberland remain dry New Richmond which wrntwetthl year was dry for nearly two years but- a few days ago a court decision was rendered that tho city had voted dry illegally because of a faulty election notice The vote however revokes the former verdict of the voters Tho results ot the license vote were asfollowsDry remaining dry Stough ton Coloma Lodi Argylo Brodhcad Oak Cumberland Dallas Vlroqua Rcadstown Viola La Farge Wet towns remaining wet RacIne Kenosba Fond du Lac Green Bay Marinette Oconomowoc Montello Packwaukec Randolph Palmyra Florence Pewaukee River Falls Black River Falls Mcrrlllan Bamboo Mineral Point Blanchardsvllle lId mont Darlington Plattesvlllo Hud son JancBvlllo Monroe Cameron Tur tie Lake Wnupaca Reedsourg Plainfield Trempealeau Oalesvllle Beloit Bayleys Harbor Rice Lake Seymour Oregon Algoma Forcstvllle Dry towns going wet Albany Darlen New Richmond Delavan Sharon Sturgeon Bay jacksouport Union Grove Wet towns going dry Edgerton Alma Center llarron Coon Valley Gays Mills There were not many contests In the state upon party Issues Tho ma jority of the contests were with non partisan candidates In Milwaukee the Social Democrats led by Emil Seldel candidate for mayor swept the city in the munici pal election by approximately 8000 Votes or the largest plurality of any party in a similar contest In the his tory of the city The Social Democrats will control tho common court cil having elected all six aldermen at large and carried 14 ward out of 23 ORDER BUTTER TRUST PROBE Attorney General Starts Investigation Into Methods of Elgin Board In Fixing Prices GeneralIInvestigation ot the Elgin board with a view to prosecuting or dissolving the organization as a conspiracy In restraint of trade or In other words as the butter trust As a matter of fact the Elgin body of butter producers has been under investigation for some time but tho testimony of President Newman and VicePresident Wood before the Lodge committee forced the hand of tho De partment of Justice and tho open ord er for an Investigation was given Both Mr Newman and Mr Wood testified that while tho prices are con trolled by New York the board at Elgin does actually fix each Monday the price that Is to bo paid for but ter for the entire week As they also testified that within the Elgin dis trict are tho southern tier of counties of Wisconsin the eastern tier of Iowa and all of Illinois and further that practically all tho butter In which tho board deals Is shipped east Slain In Dash for Liberty San Francisco The sudden dash for liberty of C J Collins a mill tart prisoner was stopped on the Fob soul street wharf by the bullets of a squad of soldiers Eight rllles spit fire as ho ran He stumbled and fled on Again there was a volley Ho jumped high in tho air came down staggered on for 30 feet more and fell dead Thousands Are Starving New York That 12000 persons are starving In Armenia and will die un less outside help reaches them before the next harvest season two months hence is tho statement made in a cablegram received here Friday by the Armenian Relief association Sugar Trust In Contempt New Yonc Judge Lacombo of the United States circuit court Friday ad judged the American Sugar Refining company in contempt of court and fined the corporation 500 r ROUND ABOUT THE STATE Whnt Is Golnd on in Different Sections of Kentucky 1 MONARCH FOUND DYING Was Son of Former Wellknown Ken tucky Distiller Owensboro Ky Daniel Monarch son of a former well known distiller of Kentucky was found dying at his homo on South Frcdcrlcka street with a bullet hole through his loft side Death camo at night Tho members f tho family hearth tho report of n pistol in Mr Monarchs room and rush Ing In found him with a revolver by his side Monarch is 35 years old and leaves a widow and tWo young chil dren Ho was married to Miss Pau line Mattlngly ono of tho most beautiful girls of Owcnsboro Ho la a son of tho Into M V Monarch vho was at ono time ono of the largest distill ers in tho country Daniel Monarch wns in tho liquor business In Owens boro for a number of years Until two months ago he was connected with tho Illinois Central railroad In Louis yule Ho had been contemplating go- Ing to St Lauds to accept u position He had a brother Lamar Monarch who resides in Cincinnati and lids brother n law Is D J Geary of 011 City Pa- WILL DISSOLVE PARTNERSHIP Friends of Bradley and Cureton Guest Ing As to Cause Louisville Ky Announcement of the dissolution of the law uirtnerahlp of Senator William O Bradley and Stato Senator Nat C Curetou was made causing much surprise to friends of both Tho manner in which the announcement was mado and tho etlenco of both In regard to It loads to the belief that relations between tho two lied grown grcntly strained before It was decided to publicly an nounce tho breach Senator Bradley left for Washington without making a statement Offlco assistants stated that tho dissolution was made by mu tual consent By some It Is believed that the dissolution was brought about by Senator Curetona espousal of the county unit bill while others hold that Senator Brndloys lack of support of Senator Cureton In his candidacy for the LoulAvlIlo postmastoraulp Is the cause of the breach ORDERS BRIBERY PROBE Frankfort Judge Wants Grand Jury to Investigate Legislature Charges Frankfort KyJudgo n L Stout hogan tho April term of tho circuit court hero and created a sensation by giving explicit instructions to the grand jury to make a full and com photo Investigation of the charges of bribery made against member of tho legislature recently in session lie told tile Jury that there was only one man more contemptible than n legisla tor who sold out his neighbors and friends by taking a bribe to vote against their Interest and wishes and that Is tho man who gives the bribe Ho sad to the Jury I dont want you to think this n mere formal charge I want you to make an earn est and fearless Investigation of this alleged bribery about which tho state pros has been teeming for weeks SALEOF POOLED BURLEY District Boards to Ratify Fixed Sale Price of 18 Lexington lySo sale of tho 1009 crop of tobacco pooled with the Hurley Tobacco society line been made as yet but negotiations am paid to bo pond Ing out of which there may shortly oomo a deal According to a member of the executive committee some in formation on th3 subject may bo given to tho public as to tho result of tho meeting of tho district board of tile Burley Tobacco society which has been called to meet here It was made known that the officials of flue society have fixed tho sale price of tho pooled tobacco at 18 par 300 pounds tub jest of course to tho ratification of the district boards loulsvlllo KyElaborate plans rue being laid for the entertainment of del egate to tho convention of tho National Wholesale Grocers association to bo heM hero May 24 25 and 2G They will bo given a banquet a prl vote vaudeville show a tour of tho city In automobiles and a trip to alum moth cave The convention will bring 500 delegates to the city Georgetown Ky Knocking down County Jailer Tusky John Powell no torious convict and jailbreaker and Cornelius Hlckman horse thief gain ed their liberty Hlckman was captured a short time later In n nearby house but Powell has eluded search Lexington KyMss Bessie Mitch ell Frozer slsterlnlaw of Capt Oliver F Redd and descendant of Matthew Jouett celebrated Kentucky artist died at her homo here Frankfort KyThu state board of equalization heard the protests of the delegation of citizens from Campbell county against tho rtiee of 23 per cent In tho countys asseHsment Each member of tho delegation made a abatement protesting against the wise alleging that It was not there SET DATE FOR PRIMARY Perfect Harmony at Seventh District Committee Meeting Frankfort KyTho Democratic conupitteoof tho Seventh Congres decided to hold n pti nary election Saturday June 2b for tho purpose of selecting tho nominee for congress to be voted for at the November election There wero no ex plosive speeches and perfect harmony prevailed Former Congressman W P Kimball of Lexington noted that thero was no provision in tho call for tho selection of officers for tho pri mary and W O Davis commtttccmaii from Woodford county offered a rose lution which defined tho manner in which tho election officers shall bur chosen Mr Kimball offered a resolu tion that challengers or bystanders aro permitted to challenge tho vote of nay person In thi primary who le believed to have sold his certificate or allowed It to bo held by another person It was adopted Candidates must enter by written notice not later than Juno 10 and pay tho required ofctiessmcnt It only ono candidate qualifies by Juno 14 ho shall bo de clared tho nominee NIGHT RIDER RECOGNIZED Family of Slain Lad Positive of Leaders Identity Brownsville Ky Jrsso Andcnton of the neo Springs district has been positively charged by all the member of Mrs Del Carrolls family as being the leader of tho band of night riders who unmercifully whipped Mrs Car roll and her two daughters aged 1R and 1C years her von 21 years and killed another son Charles Carroll 12 years old They all claim to have recognized Anderson Sheriff Vincent and a posse of ten picked men arrest ed Anderson after lying in wait at his home secreting themselves In a barn at daylight as ho approached with his gun in his hand Seeing ha was trapped Anderson surrendered and dented his guilt Tho names of ten or twelve other men have been furnished the sheriff as members of tho gang and are tho country for themIINCREASE MEMBERSHIP Knights of Columbus Install FiftyFive New Members Lexington Ky Fiftyfive now mom bers worn taken into Blue Grass coun ell No 7C2 Knights of Columbus in creasing the membership to moro plan 500 Tho Initiation was witnessed by many visiting knights from Cincinnati Louisville Covln ton Newport and other points In Kentucky Tho first and second degrees were conferred by Richard Crane of Cincinnati and tho third degroo work was done by a tram from Louisville headed by District Deputy P II Callhnn In Jackson hail a banquet was spread afor the knights by limo ladles of Uio Altar society of St Peters church SUMMONS SENATOR WATKINS Will Testify Before Jury on Charges of Graft In Assembly Frankfort Ky Senator Jeff Wat kins of Union county has been sum rnoncd to appear before the Franklin county grand Jury During Uio recent session of tho legislature Senator Wat kins made tho charge that four sena tors had sold out for 20000 and the grand Jury will Investigate those charges of bribery After Senator Watklus evidence Is given several senators and representatives will be summoned CLASHED WITH BOARDIChief of Institute for Feeble MlnJed Tenders Resignation Frankfort lyDr D J Mealy su perintendent of tho Institute for Fee blo Minded In this city tendered his resignation to tho board of control of charitable institutions of the state Dr llealy Is regarded In tho highest es teem professionally by tho mcmoors of tho board but they did not like tho manner In which ho executed tho or ders of tho board It is said Dr lIenlyIwill be succeeded by Dr C A Novitt who had charge of the institution tem porarily prior to Dr Healys appoint mEnt Frankfort KyCopt Jackson sortie assistant secretary of state is tipped to succeed McKchzIo Todd ni private secretary to novo WllUon Should ho pot thin post W Sherman Ball of Brockcnrldge county now ot tho corporation department may get Morris Jab- Texingtont Ky Racing Secretary William H Shelley opened his offico In Uio clubhouse at Kentucky associa Ohm track and began the preparations for the spring meeting which is to be gin Saturday April 10 The secretary first work was to tab up tho occu pants of tho C3C stalls In tho track In closure and ho found 45 trainers withI leery100 more on the outside of thoground will be occupied when the meeting opens BOLO BANDITS SHOT THREE OF GANG INJURED IN DESPERATE SHOTGUN FIGHT BLOW UP BANK GET 2000 Bind Night Watchman and Engineer Crack the Safe and Flee on Freight Train Battle Follows Hot Chase Two Escape Coal City mTho depredations of the James brothers wcro vividly brought to mind when five bank rob bers fought a desperate battle with ofllcprs and posse after they had looted tho Coal City Stato bank Just before daylight Thursday Tho bandits gagged and bound the town watchman and engineer blow the bank safe boarded a freight train and fled with J2000 of loot to bo cor nered by the quick wit of a telegraph operatorThreo of their number were captured by the posse that waylaid them vhllo tho other two escaped with tho bootyTho bandits wero nil Chicago youths Tho bandits entered the town on a passing freight train and began op erations by tying Darner Ghetto the night watchman and Washington a tho night engineer of tho elec 4trical7 plant They then blew up tho bank build- Ing with a terrific chargo ot nitroglycerin and leaped on a westbound Santa Fo freight train with their plunder Three hours later three men believed to bo of their number had been captured by Sheriff Thomas Steel of Morris I1L who had been notified by tho night watchman after tho latter had broken loose tbo ropes which held him and made possible tbo organization of tho posse Just as tho train carrying tbo five bandits pulled out of the town Ghetto succeeded In cutting his bonds and rushed to a telephone and notified Eugene Miller tho night watchman at Yazoo seven miles south of Coal City and ho with Dr E D Watts who happened to bo at tho station at that time lay In wait for tho robbers Watts was armed with n repeating shotgun and Miller carried a revolver At Mazon tho train stopped to switch cars Tho bandits leaped from the car cs It stopped and hid In tho dense clumps of shrubbery which flank the right of way- Before tho train was again In motion Miller and the physician had discovered three men crouching In the hushes and opened fire The fire was returned and about twentyfive shots were exchanged Tho bandits then leaped bock on the train which bad started and escaped once more Immediately the sheriff at Morris was notified and tho pOIse was or ganized Several automobiles were pressed Into service and tho pursuit began There Is a road following tho right of way of tho Santa Fe tracks between Morris and Verona and along this tho chase took place Vor a time the members of tho posse In their ma chines sped directly alongside the speeding freight train and shots wore tired at dark objects which were thought to resemble tbo bandits When at last tho train came to a slop at Verona tho cars were searched by the sheriff and his men In an empty baggage car of the train wore found threo of tho bandits All three were wounded and their comrades had fled It Is believed that they leaped off tho moving train from tho side opposite tho pursuing posso HOLD UP PIONEER EXPRESS Two Bandits Cut Alr Brake Hose and Fight ConductorNo Money Is Obtained St Paul MInnTwo masked ban dits mado an unsuccessful attempt to hold up and rob tho Pioneer limited train on tho Chicago Milwaukee Paul railroad as It sped through Il atho picturesque region of southwest ern Wisconsin Conductor A P Shumway of Milwaukee In charge of tho train was confronted on tho platform of tho sleeping car Ontonagon by tho two robbers who demanded that ho signal the train to stop then throw up his hands Ho struck ono of the men down with his lantern and retreated into the sleeping car The bandits had cut tho air hose of the train stopping It and they escaped A few hours later two colored men were taken Into custody In La Crosser WIs on suspicion of being tbo ban dits They were heavily armed but denied complicity In tho holdup They refused to give their names Rivers Bill Is Approved Washington Tho rivers and harbors bill carrying nil tho appro priations for Illinois Improvements and tho deep waterway as It passed tho house was finally approved by tho senate commerce committee It will be reported to tho senate Monday morning Salary Fixed at One Dollar a Year Washington According to action taken by tho city council tho town marshal of Washington has been I given tho distinction of receiving one tit the smallest salaries of any officer In tho United States Ills pay was fixed at one dollar per year l Rockefeller Is Renominated s New YorkJohn D Rockefeller Jr has been formally nominated for a reelection as vlcoprcsldent of the Young Mens Bible class of the Filth Avenue Baptist church d N Two of Kentuckys Representativesin NINTH DISTRICT Joseph Bentley Bennett Republic an of Crccnupr was born on a farm in Grecnup County Kentucky April 21 1859 and has resided In Orccmtp County Kentucky all his life was educated In tho common schools of Urccnup county and at tho Qrccnup academy taught In tho common schools of Orconup county a short time studied law and was admitted r a JOSEPH B DENNETT Congressman from Ninth District of Kentucky- to the bar at Grccnup Ky In 1900 was elected by the Republican con volition as a member of tho Republican state central Committee for the Ninth Kentucky district and ro elect ed to the same position in 1904 which he now holds was elected to tho Fiftyninth and Sixtieth congresses and reelected to the Sixtyfirst coin gross receiving 22832 votes to 22 107 for James N Kehoe Democrat 462 for A N Morris Prohibitionist and 302 for H Roberts Socialist TENTH DISTRICT John Wesley Langley Republican of Spurlock was born in Floyd Coun ty Kentucky received his early edu cation In tho common schools in which ho was a teacher for three years attended tho law departments of tho National Georgetown and Columbian now George Washington universities for an aggregate period of eight years and was awarded the H JOHN W LANGLEY Congressman from Tenth District of Kentucky first prize In two of thorn served two terms In the Kentucky legislature receiving at his second torn tho cau cus nomination of his party the mi nority for speaker of tho house was twice a delegate from Kentucky to tho Republlcn national convention married In 1904 Katherine Gudger daughter of J M Gudger Jr member of congress from North Carolina was elected to tho Sixtieth congress reelected to tho Sixtyfirst congress receiving 22438 votes to 19067 for Atnos Davis Democrat and 25 for Grccuvlllo Ward Socialist Tho Smiths As to Smith a correspondent points out that while thero are now about 350000 members of the great family In England alone in Old Testament times according to tho first book of Samuel thero was no Smith through out the land of Israel This verso tho late Rljhop Wllberforce spotted ns tho hardest ono in the Bible to quote without smiling London Chronicle Barred Dancing In Churches Ono of tho popes In tho Middle Ages had to prohibit dances in tho churches In 8C8 the bishop of Or leans condemned tho dancing of wom en In tho presbytery at festivals In 1209 theatrical dances In tho churches were forbidden and two church coun cils not long afterward condemned all dancing In churches or churchyards Out of Mans Peach Tho old may have their years stretched out beyond tho fourscore but they must dlo sooner or later no such necessary limit affects tho births and It Is conceivable that there may como n year when there are no births Immortality is the only effective an swer in a cessation of reproduction and alas tho King of Terrors still reigns Paradoxical Tho man who pays as ho goes frequently receives urgent Invitations to stay I J 1 PECULIAR CONTRAST Dullness In tho Financial Markets Compared With an Active Industrial Output New York April 8IL G Dun Cos Weekly Review of Trade says Tho business situation continues to display sharp contrasts Dullness In the financial markets contrasts with an active Industrial output An un satisfactory foreign trade contrasts with largo domestic exchanges as ro fleeted In the heavy bank clearings and railroad earnings Weakness In pig Iron contrasts with a big produc tlon in finished steel A moderate trade movement In tho East contrasts with a record volume of business in certain parts of tho West Tho weeks reports nro therefore very irregular and make it difficult to sum up the sit uation In any ono phrase sufficiently broad to define adequately tho state of trado In tho nation as a whole Political conditions at homo and abroad aro still held responsible for tho reaction in financial markets Dut tho country continues to carry on an immense volume of business and the further ono gets front tho financial center the moro cheerful tho outlook seems flomo irregularity is apparent in fin ished materials of iron and steel be cause of increasing capacity of the mills yet it Is significant that structural steel bookings for tho first quar ter exceed all previous records for that period with two exceptions It is in pig iron that tho least satisfac tory conditions exist as consumers still pursue a waiting attitude and prices show come further weakness Demand for wlro goods Is expected to broaden with tho advancing season and prospects indicate that a good vol umo of business will be placed Trado in footwear improves grad ually and is much better than six weeks ago tho question of values is less of a disturbing clement Ship month from Boston show an Increase this week Some lines of leather prin cipally thoso for other than shoo pitr looses aro still quiet but on shoe leathers the market sows Increased activity and a stronger tone Failures and Exports New York April 8 Bradstreeta says Business failures in tho United States for week ending April 7 were 240 against 229 last week 227 In the lkc week of 1909 25S In 190S 19i in 1907 and 161 in 1906 Wheat including flour exports from tho United States and Canada for tho week ending April aggregate 1777 OSC bush against 1741279 last week and 1001244 last year For tho 40 weeks ending April 7 exports are 117 9IGCGO bush against 14576699 In the corresponding period last year Corn exports for the week are 635 C24 bush against 1085351 last week and 926898 In 1909 For tho 40 week ending April 7 corn exports are 23 370478 bush against 25748958 last year Battleship at Charleston Charleston S CWelcomed by hundreds of people who lined the wa ter front tho battleship South Carolina ono of tho now semiDread noughts of tho United States navy steamed into Charleston to recolvo the elvor service which will bo presented to her by the stato whoso name she bears Bomb and Revolver Shots Chicago Murder on n largo scale Is believed to have boon the Intention of alleged members of tho Black Hand who throw a bomb in front ol tho homo of Leonardo DIglocanno and then fired n succession of revolver shots through tho windows TOBACCO MARKET ol1erlngslastnumber G26 hhds were burley and 887 hhds dark There were only 392 hhds of burley sold at auction composed largely of lowgrades and reviews Tho condition was generally bad Old burley offerings were small and prices tho same as the previous week The offerings of dark at auction amounted to 341 hhds principally common air cured outof condition tobacco The private sales consist of 165 hhds of burley and 381 hhds of dark sold to various parties LIVE STOCK MARKETS Cincinnati April OCnttleHcavy steers J875aS extra JS10iS25 butch er steers extra 3725a750 good to choice J6SOa715 heifers extra 710 a725 good to cholco J625a7 cows extra J585a6 good to colcc J525a575 Bulls Fat bulls 550a6 bologna 450 aS40 Milch Cows Extra J65a70 good to choice 45060 Calves Extra J9a925 fair to good light J725aS75 aqdbutchersJ1060alO73 pigs 110 Ibs and less S7a9SO Sheep Extra 690a7 good to choice J625a685 Lambs Extra f9GGn975 good cholco 925a9GO clipped lambs J750a9 spring lambs 10al5 GRAIN MARKETS Cincinnati April 9FlourSpring patent J560a590 spring family 440a 4G5 winter patent 5540a575 winter family J440a475 Rye FlourPure4- 55aL75 blends J430a480 Wheat No2 winter red 117a119 Corn No2 mixed 59l c No2 yellow 60c No2 white 63e OatsNo 2 mixed 44c No2 white 45Ua46c TinyNr 1 timothy Jl925al950 No 1 clover mixed J16COal7 No 1 clover J15a 1550 RyeNo2 is quotable at 84a SGc Mill Feed Bran J2250a2350 mixed feed J2350a2450 middlings J23 2550 P Warning and- InvitationSonJy ScboolLeuoeforApril241rJ10 Sptdallr Arruized lor ThIs Paper LESSON TEXTMatthew 112030 Mem ory verses 2S3- 0OOIDBV TEXTCome unto me all yo that labor and are heavy laden and 1 will give you rcstMnU 118 TIMKluke utiows us that tho time was a year and a halt after our last lesson In connection with the mission of the seventy December A DI9P- IPAGE Somewhere In Ierea on the way to Jerusalem Suggestion and Practical Thought Our last lesson was a discussion of doubthonest doubt and dishonest doubt We heard our Lord after highly praising John who had proved his readiness to follow the light as fast as he received it turn with stern up braiding to the scribes and Pharisees who had proved themselves unwilling to receive tho light though brought to them in such different ways as by John and Christ Our present lesson carries the same theme further discusS sing the moat Important of all subjects tho rejection or acceptance of the Sa vlourRejecting Christ When did Christ speak the words we are to study11 Matthew would seem to imply that ho spoke them immediately after tho coming and going of the messengers from John the Baptist But Luke 101316 21 22 reports almost identi cally the same words In connection with the return of the seventy more than a year later What wero tho cities that Christ upbraided 1 The cities of Galilee where- In most of his mighty works were done Three aro named us samples Chorazln probably about one mile north of the upper part of the Sea of Galilee Bethsalda a city situated by the Jordan where it empties into tho Sea of Galileo from tho north and Ca pernaum our Lords own city to which he removed from Nazareth and where he wrought many mighty works Why did Christ reproach these cities Because though given so many opportunities they had not repented That was why Christ preached and worked miracles to bring men to ro pcntance With what cities did Christ compare these favored towns of Galileo With Tyro and Sidon Phoenician cities on tho Mediterranean coast to the north west Sidon was a very ancient city and Tyre its offspring was in Christs day the chief commercial city of Pal estine and probably the largest next to Jerusalem Also with Sodom tho city on the Dead Sea destroyed with Gomorrah in the days of Abraham Receiving Christ Vs 2527 Christ then passed from denunciation and warning to Joyful thanksgiving What was the occasion of the transition At that time should be translated R V at that season Luko connects the following words with the return of tho seventy they aro a prayer of re joicing over the favorable reception accorded them Perhaps the same thoughts were uttered on the return of the twelve see v 1 of this chapter 2 ofMatthewPeace Christ Vs 2830 We have studied tho plcturo of those that reject Christ and the picture of those that accept him Tho great discourse closes with a famous picture of tho condition of thoso that will accept Christ that will hear and heed his loving invita tionTo whom is Christs Invitation ad dressed 1 In the first place to all Thero was need for tho Insertion of that wldo word Had not the Saviour said a little before Thou hast hid these things from the wise and prudent Spurgeon In the second place to all that labor and are heavy laden This describes tho burdens of humanity both actively and passively thoso that are worn by ceaseless toll and thoso that in silence and ob scurity are bearing loads that no one knows about are alike Invited to Jesus Tho poor under the load of poverty sinners under the weight of guilt business men staggering under heavy responsibilities nil are in cluded in the precious invitation All mon are miserable nil men are by nature the children of wrath all men are laboring in the vain pursuit of earthly happiness nil therefore may consider themselves InvltedProfI Archibald Alexander What are theso weary ones Invited to d01 Simply to come to Jesus The Greek Is stronger than our Eng lish and is literally Hither to me all weary and burdened I And tho result of going to Jesus Is1 I will give you rest But what Is this rest that Christ will give We usually stop here and lose the force of tho messago In the first verse the Physician opens his door to receive his patients in the following verses he prescribes for them To tako the one part of the utterance without tho remainder of it Is like going to a great doctor and coming away again only to fling his prescription Into tho flro Principal Adeney Tho rest that Christ gives consists of 1 disci pleshlp Learn of me and 2 Take my yoko upon you TTho best help Is not to bear tho troubles of others for them but to Inspire them with courage and ener gy to bear their burdens for them solves and meet the difficulties of life bravely Lubbock Perhaps today nothing Is more necessary than to maintain tho pro tost of personal convictions against the bold and largo assumption of sci ence and philosophy Mans riches are to bo estimated rather by the fewness of his wants than the greatness of his possessions 4 fc 1 G IKentucky Gleanings JAll News SlatetPorts of the JETT IS CHRISTIANIZED And Would Regain His Freedom to Boa Missionary In Mountains Frankfort Ky Alleging that ho has become thoroughly Christianized and desiring an opportunity to return to tho mountains of Eastern Kentucky as a missionary Curtiss Jett tho mur derer of James B Marcum and James Cockrcll serving two live sentences In tho penitentiary for these crimes made petition to the prison commis lion for a parole Tho petition was presented by C R Hudson pastor of the Christian church Thomas Whites mother also made a petition for the parole of this noted prisoner White and Jett were both sent to the peni tentiary for life for tho murder of Marcum and Jett was afterward given another life sentence for tho murder of Cockrell Jett has exerted a won derful influence within tho prison and is now studiously endeavoring to con vert his cousin Beach Hargls who was sent to the penitentiary for mur dering his father James Hargis RACING COMMISSION Has Been Appointed by GOV Willson At Last Frankfort Kyoo Wlllson has appointed tho Kentucky racing com mission that will servo for tho next four years Tho commissioners fol low Col E F Clay Paris Johnson N Camden Versailles Georgo A- Long Louisville MaJ Foxhall A Dan gerfleld Lexington and Col Milton H Young Lexington Of the commis sion Col Young and Col Clay aro reappointed The commission meets in Lexington In a few days for tho pur pose of electing a chairman and sec retary Under the law Gov WiUson is required to appoint threo breeders of thoroughbreds but tho members of the commission are all breeders and Ere the bestknown breeders in tho United States W E Brldwell is tipped as the next secretary of tho commission GRANTED A REPRIEVE Wild Ride of Horseman to Reach Whltesburg In Time Frankfort KyWith all tho speed that a horseman can urge out of his steed a messenger traveled across the mountains of Letcher county from Ser gent to Whltesburg and conveyed the information that Gov Wlllson had granted Floyd Frazier a respite until May 19 in order that ho may Investi gate his application for a commuta lion of life sentence more carefully Whltesbur is In the heart of tho Ken tacky mountains many miles from a railroad station Lancaster KyGarrett Wood a well known farmer was killed on his farm near town by a yearold hornless bull Mr Wood had gone out to feed his stock when tho animal attacked him butting him down and mangling him with his hoofs Ills little girl was with him and ran to the house for assistance but ho was breathln his last when help reached him Mr Wood was 50 years old and leaves a widow and seven children among whom is Mr Charles Wood of the Denhard Concreting Co of Cincinnati Louisville Iy Judge Alex Hum phrey representing tho Loulsvlllo Railway Co will ask in the federal court the discharge of tho receiver for tho Louisville C Eastern railway the last outstanding claim against the company having been satisfied As soon oar Oho receiver has been dis charged the 20000000 blanket mort gage will be put on record Frankfort Ky Auditor Frank P James soon will turn loose on the state a vast army of revenue agents who will scour the counties for boot loggers and blind tigers Ho will demand taxes of thorn for selling the liquor and they must pay or their names will be presented to the grand jury and If indicted Auditor James will ad In prosecuting every offender Frankfort KyTho dedication otI tho now capitol will very likely he held on June 2 The capitol commis sion discussed the matter Tho speak ors will lie Senator W O Bradley Oov Willson and former Gov Beck ham An extra large force will be put to work to complete the grounds for tho dedication Lexington KyJohn H Morgan secretary of Jas B Hagglns Elmon dorf farm and Miss Katherine 11 ONeill daughter of tho late Martin O ONeill were married at St Pauls church by Rev Father Delaney Aurora IndA quarrel over a small loan led to the killing of Arthur Mur phy aged 21 by Thomas Owens aged IS both of Delphi Ky Owens who claims selfdefense is held for mur ler and the dead mans brother Jim Murphy Is hold as witness Tho two came hero to look for work and room ed together Mt Sterling lCyTho city council has offered a reward of 200 to which Eo T Rels has added J200 for the ar est ann conviction of the parties who burned the building belonging to Rels 1 I WILL GO THE LIMIT Legislature Investigation To Be Thorough and Complete Frankfort KyAll of the time necessary to Investigate tho alleged bribery charges made by Senator Jeff Watkins during the session of legisla turo dn this city will bo given to the grand Jury now In session here This statement was made by Circuit Judge R L Stout when tho question was asked him how far tho grand Jury would go into the investigation Every statement that was made by the rcsentatlves and senators and lobbllffats during the session every pubM cation in tho newspapers will be investigated i and it Is understood that the investigation will take up the en tire month of April Commonwealths Attorney Franklin has been one of tho r most fearless prosecutors In the state in tho past and knowing this the lobo I byists are said to bo worried Sen fi ator Prichard of Ashland who is saJdito havo been given valuable Lion during the session is to be sum moned bolero the grand Jury V f Qt THREE PARDONS GRANTED d Gov nSevenFrankfort Kyoov Wlllson ed pardons to Wood Pollard senIftenced to pay a fine of J50 for point tj ing firearms Caldwell county Lloyd Cornett Harlan county sentenced to three years for bigamy and Isaiah Wiley of Lawrence convicted of Ille gal voting Pardons were refused Herman Price Jefferson county 12 years rob i 1 bery Georgo Taylor Davless county seven years manslaughter Aaron Grant Garrard county threo years malicious shooting and wounding Robert tv White Madison county ono year betrayal George See J25 and tenIItlIonrytho killing of Bud Casey in Garrard l county CONSTRUCTION ON STATUTE + Ii State Elblo Ieralallowing warrants Capt Ed Farley state treasurer I has written to Judge James Broathlt attorney general asking an opinion and construction of tho act The act says that warrants for common schools and the state sity shall not boar Intorest but thoJFarley wants to know U this tion applies to warrants for tlons made to the state university and r tho normal school He also wants to know if warrants for appropriations made for any other purpose shall bear t interest ns for instance in the caso of tho Kentucky Childrens Home so i clety which has an annual appropria tion rFrankfort KyClap Lawson of Wolfe county serving two years seri tenco for killing his cousin W P Lawson was paroled by the board of prison commissioners This PIrooIwill bo the last granted under the old law unless an emergency similar to this ono exists Lawsons wife Is at tho point of death with typhoid fever He has served eight months ot his term Frankfort IyJ W Carter shoe iff of Union county was ordered by Circuit Judge R L Stout to appear before tho Franklin county court and show cause why ho is not in contempt of court for not serving a subpoena on Senator J J Watkins of Sturgis to appear before tho grand Jury Lexington KyDavid Gray Fal toner is tho now president of the Ken tucky Racing association Johnson U Camden appointed by Gov Willson to servo on tho state racing commission resigned and Mr Falconer was at once chosen as his successor Frankfort KyEdward Berry as sensor of Jefferson county flljsd manS damus proceedings before Judge R L Stout to compel Auditor James to pay him 1500 monthly James will resist payment Lexington KyDr Georgo W Traugott charged with voluntary manslaughter by performing a crim inal operation was acquitted by n Jury Lexington KyC F EstlH was ap pointed county roads supervisor to servo until June vice L P Spurr re signed Louisville Ky Pickets were placed about tho ateimnerles of the American Tobacco Co here the striking stem mers hoping thereby to prevent the hauling of stripped tobacco to tho plus factories a Three men strikers wero arrested at one of the stommerles where 24 negroes have returned to work J Lexington Ky Augustus UJhlcIn the Milwaukee brewer who owns The Harvester and other noted trottors arrived here from Memphis to spend a few days visiting the stock farms a 1 Ya x 1 sowtioaosorosotoflososeosEast Correspondence i I News You Get Nowhere Else 1 iII0 eorreipoidnet pobUibed ultu llfitd lo fill ty the wntii the umi sot lot ablleaUoa bat al u TlftiM of goot utk wnte plainly i iIIEnsososososososososososotJACKSON McKKK McKee April 5lrlscnl court is In session Mrs Emma Jones Is visit lug her sister Mrs C P Moore Mrs W H Clark and Miss Ellen Bradsha visited relatives In Clay County Saturday and Sunday The Hon Cato Powers stoke to quite a crowd ot enthusiastic supporters todayTh County board of education root and asked the Fiscal Court to levy flCK polo and 20c on 100 for school purpose Neal Vlckars who was stabbed bj Tom Casteel at Sand Gap about ten- I days ago is doing well Vlckars who 4 Is constable In the Town precinct was trying to arrest Casteel and had dis Iarmed him but a friend of Casteela i slipped him a knife Vlckars did not t see this and received a very dangerous abdomonal woundTho census i enumerators for Jackson county havo I all received their commission from 4District Supt Kennedy and will be work on the loin The toll lowing are appointed for thQ County r W T Amyx McKee W R Reynolds Tyner J R Durham Sand Gap Jas I W Durham Kerby Knob 11 N I Dean clover Bottom Frank Maracum Collier Henderson Gabbard Parrot r W F Johnson Peoples G W Davidson Welchburg Douglas Wood Na thantbn and Geo M Moore Maulden I PRIVJ7TT simpIjonwas laid to rest at ceme tory She leaves a husband and seven children and a host of friends and relatives to mourn her loss She had been confined to her home for eightI months but bore her suffering with great patience She was a member of r the Baptist church and was a Christ tian woman and did not fear death It Is hard for her friends to lose her but we believe that our loss is heal Iyens gain and God thought It best 1 her soul to heaven to dwell forever there to rest h ailEUNIIAIil Greenhall April llThe Hon Caleb Powers has been addressing the people of Jackson and Owsley Cod past week in behalf of his candi for Congressman He is making lthospeeches dally and always has a crowd ot enthusiastic hearersII Thursday the infant S pence Robert Flanery was i from Boattyvllle ThursdayWe have had several cool days and nights the past week and some frost but wei It has the fruit butJ IIedlie is another ono of the many young men who after a short stay away from Kentucky are more than glad to returnJames Flanery and family of Madison County are visiting ref atives at Maulden and Greenhall Illge Smith and wife were the guests of J N Smith and wife Saturday I night The Greenhall baseball team r has secured a diamond from W N J i Hughes at Grcenball where they wi play each Saturday until further noI 1tlceowen Couch visited his parents SundayJohn P WIII I U son made a trip to Idamay Saturday J 1 after a load of flour for J D Plorson H Crank who has been working J in Hamilton Ohio for several months J 11 Is down with small pox His wife hasI gone to Hamilton to look otter him 1 Born to Mrs Mary Ambrose a fine girl Charles Ambrose left Sunday I for Dell and Knox counties looking after a home where ho expects to t move his family later and work at the carpenter trade FInley Pierson caught a tine sucker in Big Sturgeon Creek SaturdayTYNEII j Tyner April l0The farmers aro I all beginning to plant cornThe Rev J N Culton of Richmond tilled his regular appointment at Flat Lick Sat urday and Sunday Win Moore made a business trip to Owsley County laslIi weekW P TIncher and S D Rico who went to Ohio In March have re turned and say there Is no place like home Nearly all the young folks of this place attended prayer i meeting at Richmond Haloombs last Saturday night About a dozen teams will start to East Bernstadt Monday after fertilizer H C Nantz purchased a nice bunch of steers from hisI brother Fred in Clay County The measles In this vicinity are about a thing of the pastI MIIDUKD I I Mildred April 11Rov J N Cult ton filled his regular appointment atIFlat Lick Saturday and Sunday good attendance Hon Caleb PowersI addressed a very large crowd Grove last WedneSdayMr and Mrs W B Cannon visited Mrs Cannons mother Saturday and Sunday James H Moore and wife attended Sunday sundaY1WThey say that old Kentucky is enough for them Prayer m goodI r f s osoeososoOsosososososose Richmond Holcombs Saturday nlgt t was well attended Miss Sudlo Welch Is no etterold uncle Jason Field fell from his barn loft and broke his armMss Emma Jones Is visltln friends and relatives at McKee for a few days Miss Maggie Rice is stay- Ing with Mrs M C Jones Tho Rev J N Culton was visiting his daugh ter Mrs M C Jones Friday and Fri day night It seems as if The CIUI zen Is growing every day Would like to see it In every homo It tells the news and how to farm and Bible los sons and many other useful things we should knowIAnnvllle April 1lJ1he Sunday school at the Annville Academy Is progressing nicely There were 65 pupils answered the roll call for the last two Sundays besides a number of visitors Mr and Mrs Mossier ot McKee visited our Sunday School Sun day and gave very Interesting talks We are always glad for them to come The Rev Pearl Hacker preached a very interesting sermon at tho Ann vllle church Sunday Mr Walter Med lock purchased a fine saddle mare for 175 todayMr and Mrs Roy E Rader visited Mrs Raders mother from Friday till SundayMr and Mrs Frank W King visited at the home of Mr E Pennlngtons Sunday I Mr Crocket Cunagln is to bo con pensionIIPARROT Parrot April 10Henry Dyche and family are visiting relatives In Lon don and Mt VernonMr and Mrs A Price visited relatives in Laurel County Sundayoma the little daughter- f Mr and Mrs A B Gabbard has j beer sick for the past week Mr JI Hellard of Isaacs attended church tt this plaace SundayGabbard and Hundley have moved their saw mill- o J Davidson and Kings Timber Mr- AT M Morris of Middle Fork was atIhis place Sunday on businessMrsl- V T Cole has been seriously IIII with erysipelas but Is better OWSLEY 000MT + niCKTOVTX Rlcetown April 9Mrs W D i labbard is sick Miss Mattie Bow nan was hero last Monday looking for a schoolEsq J L Gabbard wasI at BoonevlUe TuesdayC B Gabbard vas at Boonevlllo Monday R W Ilnter has moved hero from HydenI Jessie Movers of South BoonevlUe rill take tho census of the Cow Creek District Gilbert Reynolds of Jack son County is visiting relatives Mrs Lames States of Wolf Creek visited her mother Mrs Margaret Moore last aturday and SUndayS A Gab I bard is In Jackson County on business Allen Davidson of Eversole was ere a few days ago Price Moore wapped a tine yoke ot oxen to Fin ey Bowling for a young muleBal ard Huff says he Is a candidate for Representative from Owsley County composing the counties of Owsley ackson and Clay There are someJ more parties spoken of as being can lldatcs Boys you better go slow or ou will get licked Some of our lUzens wont to BoonevlUe Saturday o hear the Hon Caleb Powers speakc lo will speak here Monday noonIROCKCASTLE COUNTY CONWAY Conway April 11Mr Charles Bow man and I A Bowman have Just re urned from Mt Vernon where they have been attendlg court Mrs Belle galley Is very sickMr Hubert Dal on Is able to be out again after berg sick with pneumonia Mr Henry alley and Mr Skid Bowman made a mslness trip to Mt Vernon Saturday Mr Ed Truetts family who havo had the measles are improving The toys and girls organized Sunday SundayI2verybody invited to come ESTILL COUNTYILOCUST llUAMCn Locust Branch April 11MIss Bas- le BIcknoll who left hero March 31 to enter school at Richmond was aken suddenly 111 Monday and was wrought homo Wednesday She IsI some better at present D N Welch was In this place SaturdayC W Uigsdon of Jinks and U S Coyle yore In Louslvlllo last week buying oodeMr Andy Richardsons boy aught a tine cat fish Tuesday night IHows This IWe offer One Hundred Dollars Reward orany Calarrh that cannot be cured by Halls calarrh Cure J F CIIHNKV S CO Toledo O y Chenforandfinanciallymade by iris firm WALDINO K INN AN MARVIN Wholesale DrugfjinU Toledo OI aethtgIrertlyhe Price drultKblCI 75I J A that weighed ton poundsMr Sherman Azblll has bought a new organ Mr Leslie VanWlnklq and wife ot Jackson County wore visiting at Sherman AzbllPs Saturday night and Sun dayWo hope to havo our quarterlies in by next Sunday and also a largo crowd at Sunday schoolQullO a number ot men are attending court at Irvlno todayMr Cliff Webb ot Jackson County has moved to tho J Fielder property on Locust Branc and will fire the mill for Wysbroa Lumber CoMr Webb Is also n new subscriber for the Citizen There has boon a little bit ot corn planted In this neighborhood W j hear there Is a fishing net placed In Station Camp which prevents the fish from coming up the stream we hope It will wash out the first tide Mr Melvin Kindred visited on Horns River Sunday Deputy shcrif Richardson has been serving papers 111 Circuit Court is in session now Wo aro needing rain very badlyISTATION CAMP Station Camp April 11The Rev Anthony of Irvine filled his regular appointment at Station Camp Saturn and Sunday Preaching days at this place aro the second Saturdays and Sundays ruled by tho the Sundays Every one Invited Bro Anthony Is a very able speakerWm Lodford who is working for a Nlcholasvlllo Timber Co was at Station Camp last week and bought a number of pairs oxen Turner Kelley sold a pair of mules for 129250 last weeksam Clark ston of Drip Rock Jackson County Is staying at C II Clicks this month Messrs C Moores peta Wolfenbarger James Wlnn and C H Click have been appointed census enumerators in Estlll County Mrs Anne Scrivner f and Mrs Mamie Kelley of WagorevllU were the guests of Mrs Anne Click Cor Station Camp last Thursday and Friday Price Reeves of Satlon Camp who has been in the railroad business near Frankfort returned to Station Camp with a wounded foot M F Collins of Irvine visited at Wag jrsvlllo Saturday and Sunday LESLIE COUNTY 1IYIIKN- Hyden April 10A crew of about 20 men are surveying on tho Middle fork for a railroad from Jackson to iarlan The survey runs from Jackson Ky up the North Fork to a point where it is only 2 12 miles Cross to the Middle Fork 11 miles below Hydcn Should the road be milt it will tap one of the richest coal and timber territories in the State Leslie County alone has more coal and timber than any other County in the mountains School closed here last Friday and tho teachers all eft for their homesWe are all wait- Ing with Interest tho coming of a- Ide in the Middle Fork There is bout five hundred rafts on the river o run to market It will require ati lea at 1500 men to run this timber o market Should there not come any tide at all It would almost mean a panic for Leslie County as many je depending on their logs and ties for their summer support MADISON COUNTY KINGSTON Kingston April 11Mrs Mark flanery was a Berca visitor Friday Miss Sallle Green has returned after an extended visit with her sister Mrs C C Lamb Miss Cathlyn Sales of Richmond spent Saturday with her aunt Mrs Joe Bales Misses lartha and Suda Powell spent Friday night with Mrs Curt Parks and Bes le Powell1lr Whit Moody purchased a new buggy last week fo- rr30Mr J N Lunsford spent Wed esday night with his daughter Mrs L Muncy In Borea Several from hers tended church at Pilot Sunday Mr Fllns VanWinkle Is visiting his rother James VanWlnklo this week Mr and Mrs Will Munday visited Mrs Juan Azblll Sunda Mr O P Jackson and Miss Bottle Gentry spent unday evening with Mr Jacksons arents at Mote Messrs Aclo and Chester Parks were In Richmond on business Saturday Mr Peter Bart ley ot Red House visited at Moto turday and SundayMr Richard olden and wife spent one day last week with Den Foloys Mr Chester arks Is in Fnytto county this week on business Mr and Mrs Hugh MerrilY spent Sunday with Mr Mur rays parents Miss Ora Flanery left for Berea Friday where she entered school for the Spring Term IIICl HIM S Big lUll April 11J W Parsons i filled his regular appointment Satur I lay and Sunday at Pilot Knob church also preached there Saturday night VIsitIed1s cnsjteelare Henderson Tatum spent last week with Lucy Hayes Miss Myrtle Kindred of Berea spent Friday night with Lucy Hayes Mr Philip Hayes DONT GET RUN DOWN DIadjI eaant herb cure It never falia Wo bavo many CRllmonlali from grateful people who have ukd lila wonderful At a regulator It baa no Aek for MnlberOrqs Auarrallan Lrn f SamplItEl w Many mixtures arc offered 1J as substitutes for Royal None of them Is the sane In composition or effectiveness so wholesome and eco nomical nor will make such fine f- oodROYAL Baking PowderAbs- olutely Pure Royal Is the only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Is sick with lagrlppeMr Joe Rosa Senator is able to bo out again Mrs Stella Settle and Mrs Delbort Sett were guests of Mr and Mrs Most Esteea Saturday night Mr Cam Xcalcy gave a social Saturday night which all enjoyed Fire has done a I great damage to some ot the neigh bore here burning fences Got out ac cldently whore boys wore clearing oft ground M D Settle James Ilazel wood Philip Hayes Mike Parker Henry Green and Wllllo Settle wore all damaged by the fire getting out CLAY COUNTY IIKIflllTSIIADK Bright Shade April aMn Lincoln Smallwood who has been attending school at WillIAmsburg has returned j homo There Is more grippe In this neighborhood than ever before Mr Marion H Frederick who has been sick for several months died March 1j Ho leaves a wife and four children and many friends to mourn his loss This community IB sorry to give up such a useful man his last words were Good bye tell everybody to do right and try to meet me In heaven He was born November 7 1S79 Ho went to Berea College In 1S9G and was a student of that school un til 1900 lie joined tho Berca Baptist church In 1899 Ho taught eleven year In the Public schools of Clay County Mrs Jane Farmer of Red Bird Is visiting friends heroMr Gilbert and Floyd Wagers who have been at tending school at Berea have returned home The Hon Caleb Powers will speak at this place April 15 at 10 n I mEIiJah Smallwood has returned home from Dewltt- GARRARD COUNTY TAINT LICK I Paint Lick April 10The Rev Tussey tilled his regular appointment at Wallaces Chapel April 9 and 10th I Miss Allle Blanton of Boron was the guest of her ulster Mrs Mary Gab bard last week Mrs Mary Gaffney and two children were tho guests of G E Brockman and family Saturday and Sunday nlghtA crowd of young people had a picnic at Far Springs last Saturday evening Jno Mitchells house was burned to the ground last Saturday April 9th Nothing way saved except one chair Mlsa Suslo Davis visited her grandfather Mr John Davis last week Mr Taylor Botklns and wife have returned from Florida IS A HUMAN LIFE AS VALUABLE- AS THAT OF A HOG IN KENTUCKY The Kentucky Legislature failed to pass a measure providing a State Sanatorium for persons suffering from tuberculosis In Kentucky though tho State Board of Health estimates that there are probably 30000 cases oC this disease now existing in Kentucky and has shown that In spite of tho largo amount of money annually being spent because of It tho death rato has not decreased and Kentucky stands now among the two or three greatcat sufferers In tho Union from tho dis ease The Legislature passed but tho Governor vetoed an appropriation for aiding private tuberculosis sanatoria Tho legislature passel however and the Governor did not vote bllla ap propriating 2000 annually to provide a hog cholera serum and 5000 annually to prevent spread of communi cable diseases among animals II ManulKtiired oalyby IAt AllleedlnD This record makes tho following used In Indiana sumo time back seem most appropriate I YOUNG MOTHER AND FAT HOO I NOT A FAULE SIMPLY I STRAIGHT GOODS- I Ono time a little mother who w aIonly 25 years old began to feel Ur all tho time Her appatlto had failed her for weeks before tho tired feeling came Her three little girls once a joy In her lUc became a burden to her dayIapjl The little mother also had red spots on her cheeks ntfd a slight dry cough Once when dragging herself around forcing her weary body to work oho felt a slight but sharp pain In hor- chest her head grow dizzy and sud dunly her mouth tilled with blood The hemorrhage wad not severe but It left her very weak Tho doctor she had consulted for her cough and tired feeling proscribed bitters trade ot alcohol water anti gentian This gave her false strength for a while for ItI chocked out her ditto reserve hemorrhage occurred she and nUherIneighbors know sho had and the doctor should have known ItI and told her months beforeINow she wrote to tho State Board of Health and said I am told that consumption in Its early stages can bo cured by outdoor life continued root and plenty of plain food I do not want to die I want to live and raise my children to make them good clU zens Where can I go to got well Tho reply waThe great Christian State of Indiana has not ycc risen to tho mighty economy of saving lives of little mothers from consumption At present thesonly place where you can go la a grave However the State will care for your children In an or phan asylum after you are drnd and then In a few years a special officer will be paid to find a home for thorn But save your lifenever That Is a cranky Idea for a member on tho floor of the Sixtyfirst Assembly salt so Besides said he it isnt business Tho State cant afford It So the little mother died of the prevent able and curable disease tho homo was broken up and tho children worn taken to tho orphan asylum A big fat hog ono morning found he had a pain In his belly He squealed loudly and tho farmer came out of his house to see what was tho matter Hea got the hog cholera said tho hired man So tile farmer telegraph ed Secretary Wilson ot tho United whoIports In animal and plant disease nnd the reply was Cert I will send you a man right away Sure enough the man came Ho said he was h D V S and ho was too Ho had a government syringe and a bottlo of government mcdlclnq in his handbag and ho wont for the bog It got well was not cranky for the government lIt do this and it could afford the i expenses for the hog could be turned Into ham sausage lard and bacon Anybody even a fool can EDO It would I be cranky for the State to save the life of a little mother and It could not afford It either I Moral Be a hog and be worth sav ing SAVE YOUR FOWLS I Bourbon Poultry Cure Is recognlzrtl as the standard poultry remedy tbo that can bo dependedWorld on n Intyioconere prevent UUIlPIot poultry din IIICJjOtramdtseaw A6labottle mates gallon of mmllulno For nnd of Illackbcod Dud other diseases In turkeys l Bourbon Poultry CureHAS NO EQUAL IIhve Mr FP CUrI aiKyMrtkutyeirI nival hundndt ot chicken ie rMi aP by giving i hem llmiilnn Poilliy Cut 1 find I it a sure wrofoiChow4 Uiuttcrnwli Bourbon Remedy CO1 Druogll GOo perBotyo Incorporated Lctin loa Ky U S A Trial Vial Free For sale by Porter Drug Company Inc Berea Ky Cheeriness Chccrlncm la u thing to be more profoundly grateful for than all that genius over Inspired or talent over ac rompllshed Next best to natural spontaneous cheeriness Is deliberate Intended and persistent cheeriness which we can create can cultivate and can 10 foster and cherish that after a few years the world will never suspect that It was not an hereditary Rife Helen Hunt Jackson Boarding Houses The first time n man eats at a bonrdlng house he Is a Chesterfield In Ymanners but beforo he has taken three meals there he Is playing a grab game like the rest of them It Is Im possible to cultivate repose of manner and get enough to eat at a boardinghouse Atchison Globe Chinas Multiple Crops China has three crops of teathe spring crop In April the second In May and the oven flower crop about the first of July The export season Is throughout tho year Three crops of rice uro harvested export of this product Is prohibited A Texas Chattel Mortgage A peculiar chattel mortgage was tiled with the county clerk of Gonzales county recently wherein nine turkey hens one gobbler and all their In crease are mentioned as collateral Uonzalcs Inquirer I No Harm In Air Castles Building air castles Is a solace to the overworked and overburdened It may bo a blessing or a curse If you can do a days work cheerfully control your castle bullding there andIno harm JoyI mar- I I be told that silence Is golden now and then but In tho long run her music I will be looked upon as an angelic accompaniment to the days work ProgreuIty a scaffolding to a tor one Do not overturn one until you are ready to erect another which In turn will be a scaffolding for something nobler lOne Can Repulse or Attack If you would remove evil do good lie a growler and you will drive men and women away from you Bo sym pathetic and you will attract tire world We Knows Ah what Is staler than a stolen jest sighs a Ion nett cor In a current periodical We havo the answer The jokes In college magazines Dally Thought IIThe sorrow of yesterday Is as noth ing that of today Is bearable but that of tomorrow Is gigantic because India tinct Euripides First and Last When a girl begins to call a man by his first name It generally Indicates that she has designs on his lastLip plncotts Hard Work All Along Its purty hard work glttln to the top but them who her been there say Its harder work aholdln on French Cynicism In their first passion women love their lovers In all others they lovo loveLa Rochefoucauld IIEPERIENCE a jlDESIGNS Anyone lending A akelry line drcrlpOnn aaeertnln nor Ii n free wlrolber IIU Intention li probably imirntnliln Comniiinlnw tlaniilrlcllr cnnlldmilbil IIAIID OOK on IttenU rpatent1atentacl4l nutke wllhoutcbnrao lu tue r Scientific Himrican Ahandsomelr111nalntedweekly rereetctrtt tiudbyallnowadederMUNItt0 A ilL